Good footage of the 1964 Motor Show, London.
Motor Show - Earls Court, London.
L/S The motor show. M/S The BMW Elva which is only 40 inches high. C/U Bonnet of the Elva as headlight flips up. C/U Pan Laya Raki in mink bikini. M/S Laya Raki seated on Aston Martin C.B.5. L/S Wolsey 610 mark two on revolving stand. M/S The engine Shamois. C/U Girl in the Shamois. C/U Steering wheel and dash board. M/S Morris Mini Super revolving on stand and it comes away into four sections. M/S The engine of the mini cut in tow. L/S The Humber Imperial. M/S Cutaway model of Rover 2000. C/U Showing Independent suspension.
M/S The Rover 2000. C/U Sign 'Rover 2000'. C/U Grill of Singer Vode. C/U Grill of M.G. C/U Sign 'Alvis'. C/U Grill of Jaguar. M/S Triumph 2000 on revolving stand. M/S Stirling Moss and Valerie Pirie looking at the triumph 2000. C/U Valerie and sterling. M/S The Austin 1800. C/U Steering wheel and dashboard. M/S The Austin 1800. M/S Simca 1500 estate. C/U Sign 'Simca 1500'. M/S The Ferrari by Pinin Farina which cost $10,932-16-3d. M/S. Sheila Van Dam looking at the Ferrari. M/S Rolls Royce Silver Cloud drop head coupe which costs $7,994. 13s.9d. Pan to the Bentley Continental which costs $7,851.15s.5d. M/S The Bentley Continental. L/S The Motor show.
Amendment October 2011: A visitor has corrected the description of this clip. The first car seen is not a BMW Elva, it is a British Elva with a BMW engine. The Aston Martin seen is not a C.B.5, it is an Aston Martin DB5. Next, the car described as a "Wolsey 610" is a Wolseley 6/110. Following that comes a Singer Chamois, not "Shamois". The grill seen is of a Singer Vogue, not "Vode". The lady seen with the Ferrari is former British rally driver Sheila van Damm, not "van Dam".