VW Karmann Ghia: Yellow cars from the 1960’s are always so groovy…and such an awesome restoration job done on this Volkswagen Karmann Ghia.
1959 Chevrolet Bel Air 4 door sedan: Gisel from Germany is the proud owner of this rare South African produced ’59 Chevy Bel Air. He recently spotted my post of the 2011 Chevrolet 100 Year Anniversary & Cruise and noticed a ’59 Bel Air almost exactly the same as his (as pictured below). Gisel would be interested in contacting the owner of this car which most likely is (or was) a member of the Chevrolet Club of WA.
Contact Gisel: Giselher.Mertsch@gmx.de
Gisel’s ’59 Bel Air from Germany below:
1950 Vauxhall Velox: Reader Jacob from India is currently in the process of restoring his 1950 model Vauxhall Velox. This car was originally owned and driven by his father for many years and Jacob also took his drivers license in the same car in 1968. Jacob is seeking suspension parts, door handles, badges & trim, lights and a few other parts to bring it back to it’s former glory. Anyone who can help him out with parts and advice can contact Jacob by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Mercedes 450SE: A local car yard has added a classic1970’s vintage Mercedes 450SE to their mix of regular vehicles . It’s been there for while and certainly draws plenty of attention from people driving past… which perhaps is a clever idea to attract buyers into the yard. The car is at Fine Rides 595 Albany Highway Victoria Park WA 6100.
Leyland Mini Clubman: Clubman style Mini from the 1970’s. Not as stylish as the original Mini’s, but had more room under the bonnet and is still a great little car. This one has the front wheel disc brakes, with minilite mags. Also has a GT badge on the side suggesting this a Clubman GT specced car.