William Hillman (1847-1926) was a bicycle manufacturer before a partnership in 1907 with Louis Coatalen resulted in their first car.  Coatalen left the company in 1909 and all subsequent cars were named Hillman.  Control of the company passed to the Rootes family in 1927 and over many decades, a variety of reasonably-priced cars were produced.  In the early 1960’s, the Rootes Group built a new factory at Linwood, near Glasgow to build the Hillman Imp.  In 1967, the Chrysler Corporation took control of the company, changing the name to Chrysler (UK) Ltd.  The last cars badged as Hillmans were made in 1977.

1951 Hillman Minx convertible. Model by Somerville
1955 Hillman Californian. Model by Lansdowne
1956 Hillman Minx Series 1. Model by Lansdowne
1958 Hillman Husky Series 1. Model by Lansdowne
1959 Hillman Minx IIIA. Model by Vanguard
1962 Hillman Super Minx. Model by Majesty Classics
1963 Hillman Imp. Model by Vanguard
c1963 Hillman Imp - 2003 Historic Racing Saloon Champion. Model by Vanguard
1963 Hillman Imp Californian. Model by Vanguard
1967 Hillman Hunter Mk 2. Model by Crossway Models
1970 Hillman Avenger. Model by Vanguard
1971 Hillman Imp. Model by Atlas
1972 Hillman Avenger 1500 GLS. Model by Vanguard
1972 Hillman Avenger De Luxe Estate. Model by Lansdowne
1975 Hillman Avenger. Model by Atlas