1972 Austin 1300 GT
Introduced at the London Motor Show in October 1969, the Austin/Morris 1300 GT featured the same 1275 cc twin carburettor engine as the MG 1300, but with a black full width grill, black vinyl roof and a thick black metal strip along the side. This was BLMC's answer to the Ford Escort GT and its Vauxhall Viva counterpart. Ride height on the Austin/Morris 1300 GT was fractionally lowered through the reduction of the Hydrolastic fluid pressure. Only 38 GTs on the road in 2015 plus 40 SORN. A rare car.