Classic Car Catalogue
Rallye Imp - discontinued
Minx Series VI - discontinued
Super Minx Mk IV - discontinued
Hunter - discontinued
Hunter Mk II - new model
New Minx - new model
Car - new model
Husky - new model
Wykupienie grupy Rootes Group (Hillman, Humber, Singer, Sunbeam, Talbot) przez Chryslera.
Pozostający wciąż w produkcji Minx obchodzi swoje 35 urodziny. Pierwszy model o tej nazwie Hillman wprowadził na rynek na przełomie 1931/32 roku.
In 1967, Chrysler took full control of Rootes.
Although not the prettiest Imp derivative nobody could deny the impressive load capability of the 1967 Hillman Husky. Reprising the name used on earlier Hillman estate cars the new Husky feature a two door body with a large opening rear hatch and sliding side windows. Its high roofline give plenty of interior space and lead the way towards a van derivative (sold as a "Commer Cob"). Underneath the rear luggage floor there is the 875cc Imp engine which develops around 39bhp.
(4 cyl, 875 cc, 37 bhp; wb: 6' 10'')
Imp De Luxe Mk 2 Saloon
Super Imp Saloon
Rallye Imp (4 cyl, 998 cc, 60-110 bhp) - end
A World Winner! A compact car of exciting performance, with family-size touring comfort and a low fuel consumption. Winner of top awards in international events. Low in cost and inexpensive to run - remarkable value-for-money!
Big-car styling and comfort. The Imp is smart, up-to-date. With its crisp, modern styling and normal-size wheels, the Imp has the appearance of a larger car. It has comfortable seating for four adults, or two adults and three children - its roominess is surprising. Luggage space is adaptable and the backlight opens - a boon when shopping.
Easy to drive and manoeuvre. Trim and compact in design, the Imp measures only 139 inches (3.531 m.) overall. It is light and precise in control, easy to handle and manoeuvre, has a small turning circle and excellent all-round vision. It fits into the smallest parking space or garage. A car for today!
Lively performance with safety. The Imp is a nimble car in trafflc. The brilliant 875 cc. engine gives lively, flexible, all-round performance, with swift acceleration and power for quick getaways and confident overtaking. For safety - a stabilized, road-hugging ride, smooth and powerful braking and strong, all-steel unitary construction. Front seat belt anchorages are provided.
A sparkling success! The Imp has been fully proved in world events - for performance, reliability, economy, safety and stamina. From the experience gained in these contests, new technical refinements were developed. So the Imp you buy now is a proved and perfected car. Judge for yourself - ask for a free test-drive.
Series VI (4 cyl, 1725 cc, 65 bhp; wb: 8' 0'') - end
De Luxe Saloon
Mk IV (4 cyl, 1725 cc, 65 bhp; wb: 8' 5'') - end
Hunter, New Minx and Estate
Hunter / Hunter Mk II (4 cyl, 1725 cc; wb: 8' 2½'')
New Minx (1496 cc, 54 bhp; wb: 8' 2½'') - new
Estate car (4 cyl,
1496 cc, 54 bhp; wb: 8' 2½'') - new
(4 cyl, 875 cc, 37 bhp, wb: 6' 10'') - new