|The Dannevirke Showgrounds were pretty full with cars, trucks, motorcycles and people.|
|In a line of Minis, the owner of this one had invested in almost every conceivable extra.|
It is a Leyland badged example from 1980.
|Nice to see well preserved examples of cars that were once common on our roads.|
The Hillman Hunter was a well liked family car in 1969 when this one was built.
|The smaller model in the Hillman range was the Avenger.|
This model from 1979 is a later version which actually carries the Chrysler name.
It is a GLS with vinyl top, side molding and chrome wheel bands.
|The P4 series Rovers were a superb riding and quiet vehicle, quite luxurious for 1951 when this 75 model was made.|
|The big Buick sedan from 1937 is much larger than the later British offerings and seems to have a determined look.|
|The 1953 Wolseley 6/80 used the 2215cc version of BMCs 6 cylinder power plant and was popular with the British constabulary. The following year they were replaced by the 6/90.|
|The 3500 V8 Rover had to be one of the finest British cars on the road in 1974 when this one was created.|
The pictured example has the 3 speed auto as the much rarer 4 speed manual was badged 3500S.
I think this colour is called April Yellow.
|Mercedes Benz made many beautiful convertibles, both in 6 cylinder and V8 form.|
More of a touring car than a proper sports car, they were refined and powerful.
The red one here is a 300SL 6 cylinder from 1987.