The weather was pleasant, and a good crowd assembled and ate the caterers out of all their food.
Everybody seemed to enjoy themselves - car enthusiasts and the locals as well.
|A very nice Classic Bentley|
|You've got to love a line up of Morris Minors|
|Judging by the Badge emblem|
this is a very nice Chevvy Corvette
|A fine early model Vauxhaul|
|Bonnet badge detail|
|A left-hand drive Ford GT 350 H|
I assume this is an imported model.
Only 1000 made.
|A restored Ford Utility|
|A 1949 Vanguard|
My family owned a similar car
when I was very young.
|A collection of enthusiasts vehicles|
|An early Mazda sport sedan|
|A classic Volvo sport sedan|
Roger Moore (a.k.a, "The Saint")
where are you?
|Hood ornament on the Chevrolet|
|A black Chevrolet|
|Grill badge for the Chevrolet - above|
|A red "Thunderbird"|
A classic (if only because of the cartoon series)
But at least it is red one!
(See below to see the rear fins of this car)
|Motor of the Crossley|
|An original (restored) Crossley|
|The Crossley seen from behind.|
The 1960 Chevvy in the rear
(Seen 2 images above)
shows off the outrageous tail fins.
At least the horizontal tail fins were better than the
vertical ones much beloved of Cadillac.
|A nice vintage hurse|
|A Mercury "Eight"|
|An enthusiast with a Jet Engine vehicle (a functioning model)|
incredibly noisy when the turbine and after-burner kick in.
|A shiny black Buick "Riviera"|
|A nice Ford Ute|
|A nice burgundy Merc, and my dirty little Daihatsu Feroza|
which has now clocked over 300,000 Kms.
Does that make it Vintage?
Just as well, I would have to clean and polish it, then.