Triumph Stag. One of the most desirable British cars of the 1970s. However its V8 was let down by a poor cooling system which meant that the Stag came to a premature end. Still a car I would like to own (a modern radiator will fix the overheating).
Austin Princess: my dad owned one of these things. Back in the day it's wedge shape felt modern for about 5 minutes. Badly made rust buckets that felt cheap inside and dated really badly, really quickly.
Jowett Jupiter 1952 (was a British car which was produced by Jowett Cars Ltd of Idle, near Bradford The car was launched at the London Motor Show in October 1949 and had its first continental launch at the Geneva Motor Show in early 1950: it continued in production until 1954)