|'59 Oldsmobile 98 with big whitewalls, lake pipes and pin striping.|
|1967 Singer Vogue (and the similar Hillman Hunter) were popular cars of this era.|
1725ccs doesn't seem that big to pull around a car of this size, but I guess it didn't have to contend with airbags,ABS and side impact barriers etc.
|1974 Alfa Romeo GTV.|
|Another low truck. 1958 Chev Apache.|
|Rear view of '57 Buick Riviera shows where PA Vauxhall Velox styling came from.|
|I've got a soft spot for Jaguars Mk 2, so I had to snap a Daimler V8 in silver with chrome wires which shares the same body.|
|New Mustang is very sexy.|
|Mk 3 Ford Cortina in 2 litre form was a great car in 1975.|
|Smiling driver gets out of his '55 Ford Zodiac.|
|Triumph 2.5 TC from 1978 are nice cars to drive.|
This one is an auto, but I think I would prefer a manual with overdrive.
|The 1963 Porsche 356 was kind of a high performance VW.|
|Stock Chevy is a year younger than me.|
|Volkswagen Variant from 1963 are actually not a bad car to drive, but some tasks, when working on them, can be fiddly.|
I know, I spent some of my apprenticeship working on them
|I once did a high speed trip in the back seat of a Peugeot 504 and was impressed with its ride and poise.|
|1498ccs driving through a 3 speed auto can't have been that exciting in this 1964 Ford Cortina Mk 1.|
|The Bedford CF was a popular, roomy delivery van.|
It's good to see one being looked after, even if it is in non standard 3 litre form.
|There were some interesting bikes in the car park which were actually worthy of being in the display area.|
Honda's 400N was popular in the late 70s.
|Suzuki's 500cc two stroke twin was a very competent bike when introduced in 1967.|
So competent, in fact, that Suzuki produced it, with suitable upgrades, for a further 10 years.
|Very tidy BMW R60/6 in Monza Blue from 1976.|
The 600cc BMWs of this model didn't come standard with a front disc, but it was a option and it appears that the BMW NZ importer of the time ordered that option on most of them.
|Kawasaki's 750 two stroke triple was an exciting ride in when launched in 1972 and I would say riding one today would still stir up plenty of thrills, if not fear.|
|2015 Indian Chief is........different!|
And that upright windscreen at the far end of the row is my BMW.
I thought it was worth paying $2 to exhibit it, being 1 owner and 30 years old.