|'58 Ford in two door form was stock standard as far as I could tell.|
|I once owned a Datsun 1200 sedan, but the coupes were more desirable, rarer and more expensive.|
|The 100 series Commers were the last model trucks to wear the Commer badge in NZ.|
This one from 1976.
|1949 Huimber ambulance is actually built on a Pullman chassis.|
Pullmans were a little larger than the Super Snipe, but did use the same running gear.
|I really like the Rootes Group cars from this era. My first car was a '63 Rapier, but the sedans like this '64 Gazelle were just as desirable to me. I would even go as far as to say they look better than the later slab-sided Hunter.|
|Austin A50 from 1957 and a 4 year newer A55.|
|Volvo made some nice looking cars until that went all square and boxy.|
|My dad had a Mark 1 Zephyr, but traded up to a Mark 2 before I learned to drive.|
|Very sharp Chrysler Valiant Ranger Ute from 1978.|
|Ford in the 70s were well represented on NZ roads with models like this '74 Cortina and the smaller '78 Escort.|
|WWA was attended by a large group of MX5 Mazdas.|
My wife particularly liked this red example and I have promised I will get her one as soon as we get that Lotto win.
|And how could I resist a snap of a smart Morris 1000.|