What make of car was the princess?

British Leyland

Princess 2
Manufacturer British Leyland
Also called Austin Princess 2 (New Zealand)
Production July 1978 – November 1981
Body and chassis

What is wheelbase of a vehicle?

The wheelbase of any vehicle is the distance between the centre of the front wheels and the centre of the rear wheels.

Why did British Leyland fail?

British Leyland was caught in a perfect storm between bickering management, rampant unions, mediocre products and intense competition. In April 1975, little more than seven years after it was formed, the group collapsed after running up debts of £200 million.

Are Rover cars still made?

Rover is a British automotive marque that was used for over a century, from 1904 to 2005. The brand used the iconic Viking longship as its logo. The rights to the marque are currently part of Jaguar Land Rover, but no Rover vehicles are currently in production and the marque is considered dormant.

Where was the Austin Allegro built?

Austin Allegro
Also called Vanden Plas 1500 Vanden Plas 1.5 Vanden Plas 1.7 Innocenti Regent
Production 1973–1982
Assembly Longbridge, Birmingham UK Seneffe, Belgium Lambrate, Milan (Innocenti)
Body and chassis

Did the Austin Princess have a Rolls Royce engine?

The Princess is a version of the Austin A99 Westminster produced by BMC from 1959 to 1968, latterly under the Vanden Plas marque. The model was launched in October 1959 under the name Princess 3-litre….Vanden Plas Princess R.

Vanden Plas Princess R (1964-1968)
Engine 3.9 L Rolls-Royce IOE I6 (1964-1968)