|1937 Vauxhall DX Roadster was built at the Fisherman's Bend plant, |
which later became the Holden assembly factory, and was sold new in Hobart.
|A row of Daimlers, the nearest probably dating from the late 40s or early 50s.|
|Rear view of the same Daimler.|
|Daimler 10-4 from 1959 had the 6 cylinder ohv motor of 3.5 litres.|
A later very similar looking model had the 4.5 litre V8 and was called Majestic Major.
|Another rare Vauxhall, a 1933 tourer.|
|1954 Austin A40 Somerset in very smart two tone colour scheme.|
|'64 Fairlane in Ambulance form is very unusual.|
|Mk2 Zephyr is, I think, an Australian model.|
|Alpine A110 is a car I've heard a lot about, but never seen in the flesh.|
Produced by Renault from 1961 to 1977, they had much success in rallying despite their various engines being no larger than 1600cc.