|The Vauxhall Viva GT was only produced for a couple of years, from 1968.|
It was quite a quick little car, in its day, being powered by the 2 litre o.h.c. motor from the Vauxhall Victor and CF Bedford.
|Nice to see a restored commercial. The Morris J4 was once a common delivery van on our streets.|
|In the 1970s the Mitsubishi GTO was a stunning little car that many young men (me included) dreamed of owning.|
Unfortunately they were more than I could afford and nowadays hace become extremely rare.
|1967 Buick Riviera is a large car for a 2 door, but that's not unusual for an American.|
|Ford Zephyr threesome. Two Mk 3s and a Mk 1.|
|1950 Morris Minor convertibles (and saloons) were not very powerful with their 918cc side valve engine, but they did gain a reputation for reliability.|
The 1957 Vauxhall Velox, on the right, was soon to be replaced by.....
|...the new very differently styled Velox PA.|
|The '34 Ford has always been liked by hot rodders, so it's nice to see a 4 door in unmodified form.|
|The '46 Ford V8 was popular in it's day in coupe and sedan form and was also available in Mercury guise.|
|The Ford sedans from 1940 were also well liked.|
|The 1950 Ford was another model that was much admired, but not so common in 2 door form in NZ.|
|Looking very similar is the 1949 4 door sedan.|
|Daimler's SP250 was propelled by the 2.5 litre V8.|
The same unit as in the Mk2 Jaguar bodied Daimler saloon .
|1975 Datsun 260C.|
Good to see a fairly ordinary Japanese saloon being preserved.