|Ford Y and Prefect, both in fairly original condition.|
|1969 Volvo 1800S in a striking tone of red.|
A European sports car with a touch of American in those taillights and rear wigs.
Not everyone's cup of tea, but I like them.
|This 2.0 litre (if you hadn't guessed) Ford Escort GL , first went on the road in 1969.|
|351 cubic inches of 1972 Ford Falcon GT.|
|I've seen this 1948 Mercury at shows in the past, but its one of those cars I just have to take another photo of.|
|Vauxhall Cresta EIP . This model would have been replaced by the PA not long after this one was produced.|
|1963 Ford Galaxie looks great in white and has 351 cubes of power..|
|A couple of icons of British motoring.|
The Ford Escort was a big seller in the small car field, while the Triumph Stag was a rather new concept for the Brits, a sort of gentleman's convertible with V8 power.
|1951 Rover 75 "Cyclops".|
|Two developments of the Rootes Group Arrow model.|
A Singer Vogue and a Sunbeam Rapier.
|Another Arrow model, the Humber Sceptre.|
But I still much prefer the earlier Mk 1 and Mk 2 Sceptres.
|The Humber Hawk of 1954 had a 2.2 litre 4 cylinder engine.|
|1979 Ford Escort Estate with 2.0 litre power.|
|Neat little 1937 Austin Seven Sport.|
|Moto Guzzi 1000 Le Mans.|
|1962 Dodge Dart convertible is powered by Chrysler's much used 318cid V8|
and is fitted with great looking steel wheels.