|One of the volunteers at the museum had just got this Datsun Bluebird running the day before we visited.|
|Tidy Prince Gloria isn't running...yet.|
A previous owner, of one of these, informs me it was a beautiful car and he wishes he had never sold it.
Prince later became part of the Nissan brand.
|Cars aren't in pristine condition, but the idea of the museum is for people to interact with the exhibits.|
Have your photo taken in the driver's seat, if you wish.
From L to R: Vauxhall Victor FC, Vauxhall Viva HA, Hillman Imp and Vauxhall Victor FD.
|Volvo 144 is a solidly built car.|
An ex workmate bought one very cheaply, many years ago, as his family car.
It proved very reliable.
|A Denby fire truck.|
Denbys were manufactured in the US from around 1914 till the 1930s.
|1977 Dodge uses the same cab as the Internationals of the time.|
|4WD Bedfords were common in rural and/or forestry fire services.|
|40s Fargo is stylish.|
|This model Dennis appliance was popular in NZ and the UK.|
|Another popular model in NZ was the Commer or Dodge (they were badged as either) Hi-Line models.|