The Cars That Made Us: The Complete Series DVD

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Exploring a diverse heritage spanning more than a century while celebrating the sheer joy of motoring, this tremendously popular series sees an array of celebrities sharing their memories of classic British cars and revealing their driving passions. Dom Joly, Quentin Wilson, Jodie Kidd, Jools Holland, John Prescott, Jon Culshaw, Phil Tufnell and Benjamin Zephaniah are among the many guests enthusing and swooning over a range of cars from affordable bestsellers such as the Mini, the Hillman Imp and the Ford Cortina to unattainable objects of desire such as the Austin... Healey 3000 and the Lotus Esprit. From the iconic Triumph Spitfire to timeless classics such as the E-Type Jaguar and the futuristic Aston Martin Lagonda, this series features some of the jewels in the crown of the British automobile industry... along with a handful of unlamented entries to the motoring Hall of Shame! [show more]

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Released
21 August 2017
Directors
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DVD 
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Runtime
344 minutes 
Features
PAL 
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5027626478544 
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All eight episodes of the television series in which guests share their experiences and opinions on the greatest automobiles to have been produced by British industries. From everyday icons like the Mini and the Ford Cortina to legendary specimens such as the Lotus Esprit and timeless classics like the E-Type Jaguar, Britain's proud history of automobile production is recounted by the likes of Jools Holland, John Prescott and Phil Tufnell.