|1969 Morris 1300. |
These, the 1100 model and the Austin equivalents (not to mention Wolseley, Riley, MG and Van Den Plas) were once everywhere on New Zealand roads.
|This '52 Vauxhall Velox is a fine example of a car that was well thought of in its day.|
|1950 Morris Minor with 918cc s.v. engine.|
1938 Ford Eight 7Y with 993 s.v. engine
|The 1725cc Hillman Hunter was quite advanced when it was introduced to replace the Hillman Super Minx.|
This is a more up-market Singer Vogue version.
|Series 1 Jaguar XJ6 in Lavendar with black vinyl top.|
This one has the 2.8 litre engine of which there are very few around now.
|Ford Zephyr Mk 1 convertible would have been a young car enthusiast's dream ride in the 50s.|
|Splendidly restored Austin A35 with its 948cc ohv engine which was also used in the Morris Minor 1000.|
|Standard Vanguard pick ups were once plentiful, but few and far between now.|
1936 Morgan with its upright, exposed radiator and ventilated steel wheels is a change from the more common later models with their curved grille and wire wheels.
|Ford Cortina Mk 1 from 1963 is another vehicle which was once plentiful, but the wire wheels are a rarity in New Zealand.|