|1925 Morris Cowley was an inexpensive family car in its day.|
|This Ford Model A seems to have all the good things a man of the bush would want.|
|Hillman Avenger was noted for its sharp handling when it was introduced in 1970.|
This one is a 1600 GLS from near the end of production.
|The Vauxhall Viva was a popular small car. This one is an HB (in 4 door form) which replaced the boxy, 2 door only, HA.|
|Triumph's Toledo was a rear drive saloon based on the body of the revolutionary front drive 1300.|
|Standard's Vanguard pick-up was a popular utility.|
This nicely restored one first went on the road near the end of 1960.
|The Mk 2 Escort ( this one from 1980) was a neat little car. This one is registered as an 1100, but transplanting a larger engine is not a difficult job|
|The Wolseley 6/80 was the preferred transport for the UK police in the 1950s.|
This one is the same age as me, but I'm sure it has had more surgery than me, to look this good.
|This 1965 Wolseley 24/80 was essentially the same body as the Morris, Austin, Riley models which were powered by the 1500/1600 B series engine, but was developed in Australia where it was fitted with the 2.6 litre 6 cylinder power plant.|