|R series Mack, restoration under way.|
|The mid sized Farina styled body was used by all the of the car companies within BMC.|
This is a Morris Oxford seriesVI of 1965 with the 1622cc engine.
|This is the same body in Wolseley form.|
However this is an Australia only version with the 2.6 litre six cylinder engine fitted.
Also a 1965 model, known as a 26/80
|2006 Ford Mustang Saleen in standout yellow.|
|One of the last of the Daimler V8s with the Jaguar Mk2 body, has the slimline bumpers.|
Chrome wires are the most desired wheel option, but I like the steel wheels with chrome hubcaps.
|1948 Riley RM has a long low look.....|
|...compared with the Morris Ten, also from '48.|
|Ford Model A Coupe with the standard wheels and a Fordor with later model Ford wheels fitted.|
|1955 Chevy pickup, looks well used and is diesel powered.|
|Lovely stock standard 1955 Chev Bel-Air 4 Door Sedan.|
|1977 Ford GXL.|
|Looking quite similar in similar colours and both 2012 models, but in fact two very different cars.|
On the left is a Chevrolet Camaro and on the right a Dodge Challenger.
|This 1937 Morris Eight is a little beauty.|
|Nice to see a Honda XL350 from 1977.|
|Morris 1100s were a popular small saloon in New Zealand and it's good to see one in roadworthy condition.|
It needs a bit of work, but was for sale for $3500.
|1951 Velocette LE has horizontally opposed, water cooled twin with shaft drive.|
And was for sale.
|2015 Indian Scout.|
|1959 Edsel Ranger is a bit of a rarity.|
|Smartly replenished 1971 Peugeot U10.|
Nice big square factory deck is more usable than some of todays offerings.