NEW Car S.O.S exhibition at the British Motor Museum

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British Leyland Cars | British Car Manufacturing | TV Eye | 1980

This is a slightly shortened version of the original programme. With British Leyland the producer of popular cars such as the Mini and Austin Allegro struggling to keep a foothold in the market due to a combination of foreign imports and industrial strife, ‘TV EYE’ looks at the plight of those who supply parts to British Leyland - 7000 companies with over a million jobs. Says a union official: “If Leyland goes down the West Midlands will be an economic desert”. First shown: 14/02/1980 If you would like to license a clip from this video please e mail: archive@fremantle.com Quote: VT22424

British Motor Museum - Jaguar Heritage

A journey through history at the British Motor Museum, Gaydon. Featuring vehicles displayed in the Jaguar Heritage collection 15th April 2018. Camcorder: Sony HDR CX570E Microphone: Sony ECM HST1 with Gutmann windscreen Editing Software: Vegas Movie Studio Platinum 14.0

Car SOS Fuzz Townshend has a Beautiful Wife. Know His Net Worth

Fuzz Townshend was born on 1964 in Birmingham, United Kingdom. He celebrates his birthday on July 31 which makes him 53 years of age. Speaking of his parents, his mother won a Vauxhall Chevette in a national newspaper competition when he was ten. The British drummer belongs to mixed ethnicity and is gifted with a proper height. Know his family information in details by watching the full video.

This Range Rover Is A Piece Of Restored British Royalty

Sponsored by Turtle Wax This week we take a stately stroll through Redditch, England in an olive (but not drab!) Range Rover that’s hiding an unusually high-class past. Having embedded the marque into his life after completing an engineering apprenticeship at Land Rover in the 1990s, Phil Holland, owner of Twenty-Ten Engineering, knows his way around classic Range Rovers. From nut-and-bolt resurrections of all but lost scrapyard-bound Rovers, to refurbishing genuine barn finds, the ranges in which Phil is willing to scale in saving these British motoring staples knows no bounds. With a career in rebuilding these old off-roaders, it’s no surprise Phil has uncovered some with interesting history over the years, but nothing’s quite as remarkable as the pale green box-on-wheels filmed here. A customer found this particular example abandoned in a farmyard in a rather poor state of care (read: neglect). It had been off the road for so long that there were no records of its last Ministry of Transport (MOT) inspection, indicating it had been many, many years since it was last roadworthy. A lot of classic cars tend to carry storied pasts by way of sheer age, but occasionally vintage machines are sold by overzealous owners who tie delusions of grandeur to their sale in hopes of increasing appeal and value. This doesn’t apply here. Phil tells us, “As the guy collected it, somebody—who worked or lived at the premises where it came from—made a reference, ‘Oh I think that used to belong to the Queen.’ ” Oh sure, of course it belonged to the British Royal Family. Obviously, this bit of weightless hearsay wasn’t taken all that seriously, but the Land Rover Heritage Division uncovered the truth: this Range Rover was sold new and delivered directly to the Royal Household. “It’s a proper, original Royal car. There’s still a bit of an investigation going on to try and work out exactly who drove it and owned it. But they didn’t have a huge amount of cars so it’s probably been touched by some of the better known Royals I expect,” says a still shocked Phil. After this incredible history was confirmed, the owner felt obligated to return the Range Rover to its proper former Royal glory. “It hasn’t been the quickest car we’ve restored,” Phil admits, “It’s taken about 18 months to two years between arriving and leaving finished, but obviously the work has paid off.” Like a member of the Royal Household, sporting pursuits are equally as important as looking magnificent back at the palace. After a quick jaunt through the English countryside, Turtle Wax M.A.X. Power Car Wash ensures this Range Rover looks the part. Happy with the finished restoration, Phil proudly boasts, “It’s certainly stunning looking now. There aren't a lot of others out there that are going to compare to it, and certainly not with the history with the Royal Family behind it. It’s a very, very unique vehicle from the mid-70s.” We have to agree. It looks fit for a Queen. Drive Tastefully® http://Petrolicious.com http://facebook.com/Petrolicious

BMW HIDDEN FEATURES/FUNCTIONS (E90,E91,E92,E93)

BMW HIDDEN FEATURES/FUNCTIONS (E90,E91,E92,E93) These are some BMW e90 Secret features that not everyone knows about and felt like making a video on. I did not know half the stuff I knew getting into making this video. You can learn a lot about your car if you just sit down and mess with it. Now I love my car even more :) My Gear "HELP A BROTHER OUT LOL": Cannon t6i: http://amzn.to/2zYxRAP DSLR Stabilizer: http://amzn.to/2zUVudr GoPro: http://amzn.to/2iId9Rx GorillaPod: http://amzn.to/2gKdheN 50mm lense: http://amzn.to/2iFoNMJ 18-55mm lense: http://amzn.to/2gJtT6k Part.2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cfvRLpP6PgE&t=47s BMW HIDDEN FEATURES/FUNCTIONS BMW Forgot to tell you BMW NEVER TOLD ME BMW secret features Follow to keep updated with future plan ● Follow me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/PsyQoNadi ● Follow me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nour_hummadi/ ● Follow me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/nour.hummadi ● Google Plus: https://plus.google.com/u/0/117376280670499851713

Come and see our new exhibition featuring cars from National Geographic's popular motoring TV show Car S.O.S.

The exhibition features seven of the sixty cars that have been rebuilt by Car S.O.S presenters Fuzz Townshend and Tim Shaw; everything from family classics to hot hatches and elegant sports cars.

For more information about the exhibit visit
https://www.britishmotormuseum.co.uk/carsos

The Car S.O.S exhibition is open to the public until February 2019.

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