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MG Sports Cars

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MG sports cars, built in Britain, range from the T-Series to the modern-day MGF. Learn about the MG history and some of their most popular cars.

TVR Sports Cars

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Founded in 1954, TVR was a British automaker that survived multiple calamities to produce cars well into the '70s. Learn more about TVR sports cars.

Bristol Sports Cars

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Bristol began as an aircraft-engine maker before switching to high-quality cars. Learn how Bristol transitioned to sports cars after World War II.

Shelby Sports Cars

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The Shelby Cobra sports cars are icons of 1960’s auto design and engineering. Learn about the Shelby Cobra models, including their specs and photos.

AC Sports Cars

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From 1953 through 1973, AC made race cars that competed well on the race track but didn’t fare as well in the market. Learn more about AC sports cars.

Triumph Sports Cars

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Triumph sports cars run the gamut, from the affordable Spitfires to the sporty TR models. Find photos and specs of Triumph's best in this article.

BMW Sports Cars

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Born an aircraft-engine manufacturer, Bavarian Motor Works had branched out into motorcycles and later expanded into the automobile business.

Iso Grifo

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The Iso Grifo, which debuted in 1963, was a big, curvy fastback with a top speed of at least 160 mph. Learn about Iso sports cars at HowStuffWorks.

Aston Martin

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Aston Martin was founded in 1913 and still makes sports cars today. Learn about various models, such as the David Brown series, Vantage, and Volante.

Arnolt-Bristol

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Arnolt-Bristol was built from S.H. Arnolt’s idea of a hybrid using the British Bristol chassis. Learn about the Arnolt-Bristol sports car.

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