|You have to admire the lines of an XK8 Jaguar.|
|An unusual badge on a Vauxhall. |
Vagabond was the Australian convertible version of the Velox.
|1952 Austin Sheerline. |
Although Austin is probably remembered more for its affordable family cars, there was nearly always a bigger "luxury"model in the range.
|1937 Austin Ten in convertible form.|
|The P5 Rovers looked so much better with the Rostyle wheels and went a lot better too with the Buick derived V8 under the bonnet.|
|They looked even better still as coupes.|
This almost matching pair, both had appropriate personalized rego plates.
|Not often you see 4 of the fastback Sunbeam Rapiers and yet they were reasonably common in their day.|
The owner of the blue sunbeam Tiger, mentioned earlier, previously owned the red Rapier.
|The red MG Magnette is a '56 model that I've snapped before at Cruise Martinborough. |
Good to see it in partnership with a '58 model.
|I think the 1935 Morris 12/4 is quite a handsome car for its day.|
I especially love that front screen ''air-conditioning"
|My late father only ever owned one new car in his whole life. It was a Morris 8 series E.|
This is a 1949 model. I can't remember what year my dad's was, but it was a four door and painted a rather staid fawn shade.
|The Jowett display included this Bradford estate and a Javelin saloon.|
|L type Vauxhall and H type....|
|......PA, PB, and E type and a red PC I cut out of the frame.|