Why three stars? I bought a similar VHS version of this, 'Austin in Fifties', from the Heritage Motor Centre in 2005. Great! I loved it. I thought, ok, I'll buy what appeared to be the updated version, this time on DVD. It arrived no problems, When I played it however, for some reason they've now decided to put a 'dog' (digital on-screen graphic) or logo in the top left hand corner of the screen. So you'll be seeing 'HMF' all the way through, not so in the cassette version. It wouldn't be too bad if it was ghosted, but it's full on and far too big and in my opinion spoils the films.
Well, that's my rant over, but If you're not bothered by logos, then the films are very interesting, great nostalgia and without the logo, definitely 5 stars.
A Similar DVD which you may like to try (but with no logos) is: In The News: Austin Around Britain
. Also very good.