|The Triumph 2000 and 2500 was a popular choice of family saloon in New Zealand.|
This 2500TC (twin carb not twin cam) is a 1973 model.
|The Wolseley version of the BMC ADO16 model.|
This is a 1972 1300cc automatic.
These vehicles were produced in Morris, Austin, MG, Riley and Vanden Plas versions as well.
|The big Wolseley saloon was solid and comfortable.|
A 6/110 from 1964.
There was an Austin version of this car, but no Morris, MG or Riley.
There was a luxurious Vanden Plas model, which in later versions had a 4 litre Rolls Royce engine.
|The Wolseley 6/80 was based on the 4 cylinder Morris Oxford body shell, but with a changed structure forward of the firewall to house the 6 cylinder ohc engine. There was also a Morris version, simply called "Six" .|
|Interior of the above, '53 Wolseley.|
|The Triumph Dolomite is an 1850cc , small, high performance saloon produced by Triumph in the 70s.|
|1962 Rambler Classic.|
|The 1925 Morris Cowley was part of the "Bullnose" range, so called because of its unusual curved radiator|
|Sometimes referred to as Ford of England's Mustang, the Capri came with various engine sizes.|
On the left is a 1975 2.0 litre, while on the right is a 1974 1600cc.
|F model Vauxhall Victor was a brave design for its day, in 1957.|
|1958 Austin Healey 100 and an Austin A70 Hampshire, built from 1950 until 1954.|
|Beautifully presented Morris Minor series MM.|
|One of my first girl friends had one of these and it looked almost exactly like this one....|
|...apart from the added flashing direction indicators.|
|1960 Austin A40 Farina.|
These were popular with owners who wanted to performance modify their ride.
|1974 Dodge van.|
|1971 Mercedes Benz 250CE.|
Daimler Benz were clever at making good looking coupe versions of their saloons.
|Wolseley 1500 and Triumph Vitesse 2.0 litre.|
|1940 Studebaker Champion Coupe.|