|Ford UK's Zephyr in Mk 3 form was an excellent car for its time.|
The standard 4 speed transmission was a major improvement over the earlier models.
|Volkswagen type 2 in LHD.|
|Jaguar's 420G and the earlier, almost identical Mk X, was an imposing beast.|
Its sheer size (especially width) caused many Jaguar fans to choose smaller models
|Volkswagen's 1500 Beetle was the best of them in my book, alongside a Karmann-Ghia version.|
|Ford's Mk1 Zephyr had a 2.2 litre engine driving through a 3 speed box.|
The Mk3 (in this instance a Zodiac) had 2.5 litres and 4 speeds.
|A very nice 1936 14/56 fronted the Wolseley display.|
|One of the advertising lines for the Leyland P76, in its day, was that a 44gallon drum would fit in the boot.|
|LHD Triumph TR3, 1963 model.|
|1974 Ford Cotina 2.0 litre.|
Once a very common car on NZ roads.
|1975 Ford Escort 1300.|
A much better choice than the 1100 model which was under powered and uneconomical.
|When Mercedes Benz put the 3500cc V8 into the 280SE coupe body |
(which was originally fitted with the 2800cc straight 6) , they chose to call it 280SE 3.5, rather than 350SE.
This is a 1971 model.
|1987 Mercedes Benz 260SE.|
I've always liked this model, but I wonder if the 2.6 motor might be a little short on power for this body.