|Many believe the Jaguar XK120 was the best looking sports car of its time, but I've always liked the more modern look of the XK150 as pictured here as a 1959 model with its 3.4 litre dohc straight six.|
|1967 Peugeot 404.|
Although similar in looks to the BMC offerings of the time, the French saloon was a quite different and more refined car.
|The EH model has become one of Holden's most popular collectable classics and are fetching unbelievable prices.|
|Mitsubishi's Tredia was a sedan that was reasonably popular in its day, but then the name was no longer used.|
The pictured example is a 1984 1600cc Turbo verion.
|Vincent motorcycles were renowned for their effortless high speed.|
|Rootes made some of the best everyday saloons in 1960s Britain.|
This 1965 1600cc Hillman Super Minx is one of many sold in New Zealand at the time.
|Subaru's 1600GFT model from 1978 was a variation of their coupe model.|
|Isuzu introduced this 1500cc saloon to the NZ market and from what I remember they weren't a bad little car. Reliable, but not exciting to drive, but as for all Japanese cars of this period, rust became a major problem after a few years of ownership.|
|A 1974 Datsun 180B. A good seller in its day.|
And a 1979 Austin Princess 2.0 HL a model that wasn't memorable.