|With no rego plate and no name badges, I can only assume this is a Russian motorcycle.|
Fairly modern instruments and seat, but drum front brake and side valve, early BMW replica motor.
I'm guessing at maybe a Ural, Dnepr or Cossack.
|I've never driven a Citroen 2CV, but I've always loved the simplicity of their mechanicals and cheeky looks.|
|As an ex VW mechanic, it's good to see an old 1966 VW 1300 like I regularly worked on.|
1300s like this were the last model to come to NZ with the sloped headlamps and 6 volt electrics.
|In 1968 (in NZ) the 1500 was introduced with the upright headlamps and 12 volt electrics.|
I have owned one of these and with its rear camber compensator (stabilizer bar) it was a surprisingly good handler.
|An old type 2 in this sort of condition is worth a lot !|
|A good selection of beetles present.|
|Another '66 1300 with many extras.|
|The top chop on this beetle had been very well executed.|
|A nicely presented Volkswagen Karmann Ghia seems like it should be powered by something more exotic than the humble air-cooled 4-cylinder boxer.|
|The Taipan is a kitset car designed to be built on a shotened VW chassis and using a VW power plant in what ever capacity or state of tune, one desires.|
This is listed as being 1298cc, but if it is a standard 1300 VW it should actually be 1285cc.
|The Whanganui DHB had a display towed by this smart, but simple liveried Freightliner Argosy.|