|The DS Citroen always looked futuristic, but I think the DS21 with the 4 headlamps looked the best. This 1969 model was snapped at a Citroen meeting in 2009.|
|Two Silver Clouds, a '55 and a '60 at a British Car Day in 2009.|
|Morris 1000s are my favourite small car. This 1957 model in Police livery is at the same event as the Clouds above.|
|Same event again. A 1956 Daimler Conquest. Not a common car to see restored in NZ.|
|A '53 MG TF. The same age as me and in better shape!|
|1968 Triumph TR5 P.I. I think this configuration is called a "Surrey" top, I'm not sure if this was an option or whether all could be configured this way.|
|Three Vauxhalls. '63 Victor, '63 Velox and '62 Velox.|
|Jensen Interceptor twins. A '73 and a '75.|
|A cute little Austin A 35 Countryman from 1963.|
|The Anglia from Ford was a popular car to modify, when I was a young man.|
The Rostyle wheels and fat tyres suggest that this one may have some engine mods.
This is a 1961.
|This 1967 Morris Minor 1000 Traveller has non standard wheels. I'm not sure what they are off, but they look a little bit like those from an MGA.|
|Two series 2 Minor covertibles. A '54 and a '56.|
|The Wolseley 1500 (and equivalent Riley One-Point-Five) was originally thought of as a replacement for the |
Morris 1000, but the Morrie soldiered on in production long after the Wolsely and Riley production had ended.