In 1924, the famous octagon MG logo was registered as a trademark marking the birth of one of the most loved British sports cars.
The original Jaguar D-Type sports car won the Le Mans 24-hour race in 1955, 1956 and 1957 with the performance being monitored by SMITHS gauges.
The Lotus Esprit S1, with SMITHS instrumentation in the dashboard, became a household name when it appeared in the James Bond film, The Spy Who Loved Me.
One of the first-ever prototype Land Rovers, originally appearing at the 1948 Amsterdam Motor Show, is being restored by Jaguar Land Rover for display in their classic works showroom in Coventry.
Iron Maiden drummer, Nicko McBrain, commissioned the Jaguar Classic division to build a bespoke XJ6 which included SMITHS classic car flight gauges.
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