|1968 Austin Mini Cooper with fat tyres and big flares.|
|Interior of the same Cooper has a very special steering wheel.|
|In the car park. Do you prefer V-twin or boxer twin?|
|Triumph Bonneville Thruxton.|
|Ooops There seemed to be a few foreigners present.|
|The bland interior of Joe Morris's Morris 1800. |
Joe has a large collection of driveable cars and bikes.
|Twin cam Escort interior looks a bit more like a driver's car.|
|Some more foreigners: A 1964 Falcon Futura and a 1965 version.|
|1958 Chev smiles at the little Brit.|
|MG TB with tacho in front of driver and speedo to scare the passenger.|
|It doesn't seem long ago that everyone's aunty had one of these.|
|Hillman Imps were a popular alternative to Minis in NZ. |
Minis won in the end. There are more of them still on the road than Imps.
|Mini Mokes are very rare now.|
|Riley Elfs and the similar Wolseley Hornets were also popular alternatives to the Mini.|
This one must be noisy, judging by the driver's actions.
|The MG 1100 leaves the show.|
|Although British bikes were also part of the show, this one belongs to a spectator.|
Non existant side stand meant that a wall had to suffice.
|Vicious guard dog protects these two bikes.|