The Austin-Healey 100 was the first sports car built by the British car manufacturer and featured SMITHS designed and built gauges from day one.
In 1991, British sports car producer TVR launched the Griffith 500. The dashboard of the British-based sports car featured SMITHS instrumentation.
In 1963, Peter Fears purchased a red MGA sports car. He would declare that this was the second love of his life. This is his story.
60 years ago, in 1958, the Austin-Healey Sprite was introduced to the world's press by the British Motor Corporation just before the Monaco Grand Prix with the tagline 'a chap could keep in his bike shed'.
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