|1976 Hillman Avenger Alpine GLS.|
The Avenger was noted for its sharp handling in its day.
|The TR6 was the last traditional sports car from Triumph|
i.e. front engine rear wheel drive.
It was powered by the 2.5 litre 6 cylinder engine as used in the Triumph 2500 saloons.
|The Hillman Hunter was a modern light-weight saloon introduced in 1966 by Rootes Group (now under the control of Chrysler) to replace the Minx and Super Minx range. This is a 1971 model.|
|This 1978 Chrysler Valiant panel van is quite rare.|
|1957 Chevrolet Two Ten 2 door sedan.|
|One of a few tractors that were there.|
A Farmall F-20.
|This 1954 Hudson Jet was a compact sedan of 2.1 litre engine capacity, built by the|
Hudson Motor Company, only for the 1953 and '54 model years.
|Long Low Lincoln.|
|1967 Dodge Coronet 500 Hardtop.|
|The Spitfire was a successful attempt by Triumph to build a relatively inexpensive sports car.|
They kept costs down by using the under-pinnings of the Triumph Herald.
|Three split window Morries.|
|1999 Alfa Romeo 156 Selespeed in the guise of the Italian Police.|
|2.0 litre, rear wheel drive sports saloon by Alfa Romeo.|
The 1974 GTV.
|1969 Alfa Romeo Spider 1600.|
|2.0 litre Alfa Romeo from 1969|
|Highly modified 1949 De Soto pick-up.|
|This 1966 Hillman Super Minx Estate has the 1725cc engine (earlier models were 1600) and would one of the last produced before they were replaced by the Hillman Hunter.|
|Not actually part of the display, but parked in the car park.|
A Harley-Davidson Electra-Glide and a BMW R1100R.