|1946 Armstrong Siddeley Typhoon.|
|Auburn 851 from 1935.|
|1961 Humber Super Snipe.|
|1939 De Soto sedan still showing a coating of dust from the unsealed roads it has traversed during the day .|
|My two favourites in the long line of Holden models.|
The EH from 1964...
|...and the HR from 1967.|
|1978 Triumph 2500.|
I've always liked these and they are a nice car to drive.
Surprisingly they are an inexpensive classic.
|The Rover 3500 made many friends. |
The 3.5 litre Buick sourced V8 made up for the power that was lacking in the 2000cc four cylinder models.
This automatic is a 1975 model.
|The 1948 Packard Clipper De Luxe has an imposing front.|
|1939 Ford De Luxe sedan has a similar grille to the '40 standard model.|
|AP6 Chrysler Valiant from '66 is a good performer for its time.|
This one has larger, than standard, wheels and tyres.
|Ford's Anglia, from 1965, is a great little car with its 997cc power plant.|
Its fine handling meant that many were fitted with larger Ford 4 cylinder engines.
|The unmistakable flowing lines of a Mk VII Jaguar.|
This basic shape carried on through the Mk VIII and Mk IX models.
|A handsome 1937 Dodge D5 sedan.|
|1971 XY Ford Falcon is not the newest car here, but in my opinion, has the most modern styling.|