Morgan Roadster: It looks old but it’s not…This British made Morgan is incredibly circa 2000’s despite the 1940’s styling and is made in relatively small production numbers (sort of like Aussie manufactured cars these days). I have a hunch Morgans are made for the older gentlemen who might have a spare (but not working) MG TC in the garage at home.
Triumph 2500S: A Triumph 2500S parked gracefully on the street.
MGB Mk II with Overdrive: One of the iconic British sport cars of the 1960’s. A great little car this one, well maintained and restored.
Triumph Stag: In the 1970’s when the British Empire was on it’s knees and crippled by wide spread industrial strikes, along came the delicious Triumph Stag…which ahh didn’t make much difference but the concept certainly was the right car at the right time.
Rover P3 75 Light Six: A 1940’s post war Rover. I managed to get some pics of this nicely restored P3 before the owner quickly whisked it away to safety.
1971 Daimler Sovereign 4.2: An old Dame, basking in the morning sun.
1955 MG TF 1500 Midget: It’s so delicately…. British.