|1952 Plymouth Cranbrook Convertible.|
|1958 Nash Metropolitan. Also marketed by AMC under a Hudson name and Austin, for RHD markets.|
Modern styling, but power train was 1200cc Austin A40 and three speed transmission.
|Built from 1920-23, the ABC used a twin cylinder horizontally opposed engine.|
|The 1959 Cadillac 62 convertible had luxuries such as electric windows, powered seat adjustment, tinted glass and two speed windscreen wipers !|
|1950 Austin A40 Devon was a common car on NZ roads.|
Probably not so commonly seen with white-wall tyres though.
|1958 BMW Isetta could manage over 50mph with its 300cc single cylinder.|
|The museum also has a large collection of die-cast models.|
There are some trucks here I would like to add to my collection.
|Rear view of the Maserati 3500 GT.|
|Early Bedfords left you in no doubt where they were built.|
Unfortunately this Bedford bus was parked in a difficult position to get a decent photo.
|1959 Messerschmitt, despite its jet fighter canopy, was powered by a 199cc 2 stroke single|
|Interesting 500cc twin cam single by Jawa in a speedway bike.|
|The museum house a small collection of motorcycles, but they are bunched too closely to photograph well.|
|Wolseley 1500 was sister to the Riley One-Point-Five, but Riley was more sporty with twin carbs and a tachometer.|
|Oldest car in the museum is a 1906 Alldays and Onions with a 4 cylinder side valve power plant and genuine leather upholstery.|
|Another garage setting for the shaft drive Sunbeam motorcycle.|
|The cute 1967 NSU Spider was the first production car with a rotary engine.|
|Fiat 500s were a popular runabout in the 60s and 70s.|
1972 500L on the left and 1967 500 Bambina on the right.
The Bambina name was used only for the New Zealand market.
|The Vespa name is usually associated with scooters, but Piaggio also marketed this Vespa 400 sedan, |
although it was built in France rather than Italy.