|1965 Volkswagen Karmann Ghia|
|2010 Morgan Plus 4.|
The four seater Morgans are not as common as the two seaters and somehow just don't look quite as balanced.
|1980 Ford Escort Estate.|
A nice tidy example of a once reasonably common wagon.
|1967 Ford Corsair Crayford Convertible is rare in NZ.|
|My first car was a series 3a Rapier, but I've always liked the slightly|
later series 5 models with the 13 inch wheels and the 1725cc engine.
|The big Vauxhalls were quite a luxurious carriage and not common now.|
1929 Vauxhall 20/60 Bedford Saloon.
|1957 F model Vauxhall Victor has definite US influence in its styling.|
|The FB Vauxhall Victors weren't a bad car in their day, but what a pity NZ only got bench front seats with 3 speed column change whereas bucket seats and four on the floor was offered as an option on the home market.|
|Three Humbers from the same era.|
A '54 Hawk, '55 Hawk and '57 Super Snipe.
The Hawks were powered by the 2267cc ohv four, whereas the Snipe used the 4139cc six.
|1938 Citroen Light 12 Coupe.|
Not many of these about.
|Not British or European, but a lovely car all the same.|
1973 Chrysler Valiant Regal Hardtop.
|BMW saloon race car|
|1998 TVR Chimaera, one of Britain's high performance sports cars, built in relatively small numbers.|