The London Motor Show of 1960 was another significant event for the automotive industry, taking place from October 19 to 29, 1960, at Earls Court Exhibition Centre in London. This show marked the beginning of the decade that would become known as the “Swinging Sixties” in London.
The 1960 London Motor Show featured a wide range of vehicles from various manufacturers, including some iconic models that would become synonymous with the era.
Some of the highlights of the show included the Jaguar E-Type, which was unveiled for the first time and immediately became an instant classic due to its sleek design and impressive performance. Other notable vehicles on display at the 1960 London Motor Show included the Aston Martin DB4 GT, the AC Greyhound, the Austin Mini, the Ford Anglia, and the Morris Mini Minor.
All is captured in this special London Motor Show preview edition. Extensive coverage – soft cover in very good condition for age with only minor scuffing and creasing in places.