HZ Holden Ute: Brother… you can say that again! Hear Hear.
Volkswagen 1500 Beetle: One slightly dishevelled VW Beetle. Not a problem…that rust in the front panel will ‘buff out’ in no time…and that rear tire can easily be pumped (27psi. of course).
Volkswagen Beetle 1300: This VW Beetle was an easy target for our brakehorsepower photographers with bright orange paint work standing out, it was like honey to the bee. Quite an original condition Beetle I might add.
Ford Escort Mk II Panel Van: Whilst shooting this Escort panel van, the owner informed me of the sad news that only 80 or so Escorts are still registered in Western Australia. Looks like they’ve had a high attrition rate.
Volkswagen Beetle: This is definitely not a factory colour… but it looks like a military anti radar coating. Could this be an undercover bug? Check out the sticker on the rear windscreen… it doesn’t inspire confidence.
Holden HG Kingswood: I was pleased to spot and then shoot on sight this garden variety HG Holden Kingswood. Very original condition… a collectors dream.
Alfa Romeo 2000 Veloce: A classic Alfa Romeo coupe from the 1970’s. Looks as if it has been recently restored …and best of all, not a spot of rust to be seen. Fantastico!.
Triumph 2500S: It’s one of those lucky days when I get to spot and shoot a traditional British saloon style automobile such as this Triumph 2500S. The car is remarkably good condition for one that is over 40 years old and how good it is to see this one still getting about on the road. Jolly good show old boy!
1970 Chevy Camaro Z/28: GM’s answer to the Ford Mustang. Nice try but perhaps too late.This Z/28 Camaro looks pretty orignal, though interestingly it has a RHD conversion. Pretty cool.
Mercedes 230E: Being painted all black and featuring a “Too late, we’re here” sticker on the back windscreen, I’m thinking this might belong to a proud Kiwi driver. Anyway, it’s a great classic car still on the road.