Having owned some of these vehicles it's great to see them in their prime. Whether you know the difference between the GS5 or HS5, the Nuffield Organisation, Austin or BMC is superfluous for this is a great piece of history. A time when you could own an Austin and be proud of it! All the films are of good quality, if somewhat dated by contemporary marketing standards, but therein lies their charm. If you're a classic car fan, then it's a must. The contents: I am a car (1954)B/W, Return Journey (1957) Colour, Making the most of it (1956)B/W, The Incredible Seven (1961)Colour. Bounus short films: Fire Engine Mascot (1964), Rust in peace (1963), Baby Austin Grows Up (1955), Austin Festival Review (1951), Thatched car (1950).
Another that may interest is 'Best of Austin cars in 1950s DVD A30 A35 A40 A50 J40
', 1 Hour 28 minutes approximately it includes: Austin Jubilee 1905-55, Round the World in 21 Days (1951), I am a Car (1954), Making the Most of it (1956), Tests Such As These (1956), They Work Again (1957).