|Series 3 (or 3a) Rapiers are not common now, but a convertible is even rarer.|
|Many of NZs fire brigades in rural areas had one of these.|
|Just like new.|
|Another photo of the rare Viva GT that was also on display at Wheels With Attitude.|
|1936 Singer Le Mans is a bit different to the usual MGs.|
|After the Minx/Super Minx came the Arrow range which had different engine sizes, but used the same body.|
In NZ we only got the 1725cc motor in the Hunter and the Vogue, as seen here.
|1947 Jaguar looked like it was ready for restoration.|
These models were fitted with a 1776cc four cylinder or 2.5 or 3.5 litre six.
I think this may be a 3.5.
|Interior of the above Jaguar.|
|Front view of the two E types shown in a previous post.|
|The '47 Jag with two Mk Vs.|
|Toolkit in the bootlid of the centre car in the above picture.|
|This Triumph Thruxton was parked nearby to the display.|