Friday, June 28, 2013

1957 Hillman Minx

The Hillman Minx was one of a few Rootes Group cars exported to the U.S. in the '50s and early 60s. Designed by Raymond Loewy (of Studebaker fame), the Minx was unpopular in the U.S. market. Seeing one today is rare, on account of the low starting number, and low survival rate. The aqua and white two-tone on this sedan, excuse me, saloon, looks great, and the patina is perfect.

1 comment:

  1. Wow, where'd you fi nd this at? Not only would I want to get pictures, but my friend collects rare british cars, and he'd really appreciate this one. I agree, the patina is perfect.


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