|About a month ago we somehow finished up in Paekakariki for lunch.|
I've seen this lovely Riley at the British Car Days, but nice to see it out on the road...
|....whichever way you look at it.|
|Gnats were quite a popular NZ made item on many farms. This one is Honda powered, so will have a reverse gear. The Villiers 2 stroke powered examples, reversed by running the engine backwards.|
|Standard Vanguard Six was the forerunner to the Triumph 2000.|
Alongside is the love it or hate it, Triumph Mayflower.
|Lightweight Bedford fire appliance is still in good running condition.|
|The Standard 10 was a popular little car in its day and certainly an improvement over the Standard 8 which didn't even have a boot lid. Luggage was installed and retrieved by folding down the backrest of the rear seat.|
|A short drive south of New Plymouth I spotted this early '50s Humber Hawk.....|
|...and this mid 60s Hillman Super Minx.|