May 15

1950 Vauxhall Velox. Parts needed for restoration.

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 jeccu@rediffmail.com

1950 Vauxhall Velox 1950 Vauxhall Velox 1950 Vauxhall Velox

Feb 17

Jaguar 420G Saloon

Jaguar 420G Saloon
Jaguar 420G (Mark X): One of the largest Jaguars ever produced. This one looks to be in pretty good nick and despite being used as an everyday driver it’s still going strong. 1960’s English luxury motoring in it’s finest hour perhaps?

Jaguar 420G Saloon

Jaguar 420G Saloon

Jaguar 420G Saloon
What, no bluetooth?

Jaguar 420G Saloon

Apr 04

All Triumph and Standard Day 2011

The Triumph Car Club of WA held its All Triumph and Standard Day at Stirling Square, Guildford on November 13 2011. Weather was overcast but otherwise pleasant, together with a good turn out of cars and spectators I declare this car show was a success.

Stirling Square, as I’ve mention before is an excellent location for smaller car shows like this, with plenty of easy parking and facilities such as shops and toilets close by.

There was a nice range of cars on display though mostly it was classic Triumphs from the 1960’s and 70’s such as the TR6’s,TR7’s, Heralds along with Stag’s and bread and butter classics such as the 2500TC’s.

On with the show… I present photos from the All Triumph & Standard Day 2011.

  1957 Triumph TR6 owned by Lyn & Ken Bedwell
1957 Triumph TR6 owned by Lyn & Ken Bedwell

1969 Triumph Vitesse Estate
1969 Triumph Vitesse Estate. 2.5L fuel injected motor, 4 speed overdrive, coilover TR6 rear suspension, Nissan LSD diff centre, double wishbone front suspension, GT40 dash & gauges.

Close up of the Vitesse 6 cylinder engine
Close up of the Vitesse 6 cylinder injected engine

1948 Standard 48A
1948 Standard 48A. Owned by Maree & Milton Sudholz

 1973 Triumph TR6
1973 Triumph TR6

1966 Triumph TR4A
1966 Triumph TR4A

 1974 Triumph Stag
1974 Triumph Stag owned by Paul Storey

Vanguard 6
Vanguard 6

Triumph GT6 MkIII convertible
Triumph GT6 MkIII convertible.

1972 Triumph 2500TC estate
1972 Triumph 2500TC estate. Owned by A. Vrolijk

Triumph 2500TC engine
Triumph 2500TC engine. Very tidy.

1975 Triumph Stag
1975 Triumph Stag

Triumph Stag OHC V8
Triumph Stag with original OHC V8 engine

1976 Triumph Dolomite
1976 Triumph Dolomite. Owned by Paul Goodsell.

 Triumph TR8
Triumph TR8. Powered by Rover 3500 V8.

1958 Standard Super 10
1958 Standard Super 10. Powered by 948cc 4 cylinder engine. 4 speed manual. 2nd owner since new and incredibly still running 2nd set of tyres since new. Currently owned by Barrie Nelson.

Triumph Herald 1200
Triumph Herald 1200

Triumph Herald engine bay
Triumph Herald engine bay

1965 Triumph 4A IRS
1965 Triumph 4A IRS Sport. Paint Lauren Green. Owned by Mal Miller

1964 Triumph 2000 Mk1
1964 Triumph 2000 Saloon Mk1. 2000cc 6 cylinder engine with twin stromberg Zenith carburettors. 4 Speed Syncro gearbox. Finished in British Racing Green. Owned by George Howie.

 1968 Triumph Spitfire
1968 Triumph Spitfire

Triumph 2500TC Saloon
Triumph 2500TC Saloon

Triumph TR6 injection
Triumph TR6 injection

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Nov 10

All Austin Day

The Austin Motor Vehicle Club of WA held its ‘All Austin Day’ at Stirling Square Guildford on the 2 October 2011. There was a good turnout of Austin motor vehicles from very early models to the later Leyland varity.

The event location was shared with the Holden Car Club Display Day, which was clever thinking on part of the organisers of both clubs, as this seemed to attract quite a bit of interest in the event as a whole. Certainly members of both clubs were taking a keen interest in each other cars.

The Stirling Square location was a good a selection of venue, although not particularly central, it does provide plenty of easy parking for spectators and facilities such as toilets and food is close by. It’s also a highly visible location, no doubt many people passing by stopped to see both car displays.

Overall, an excellent display.

1927 Austin A7
1927 Austin A7

 

Austin A70
1959 Austin A95. Owned by Trevor Worth. The car was originally purchased from Winterbottom Motor Company in Perth for £1427 (Pounds)

 

 1970 Austin 1800 Mark II Ute
1970 Austin 1800 Mark II Ute.

 

1937 Austin 14 Goodwood
1937 Austin 14/6 Goodwood Saloon. Owners John and Joy Roach.

 

1956 Austin A90 Westminster
1956 Austin A90 Westminster Saloon. Has 2.6 litre ‘C’ series 6 cylinder engine. Owned by Fred Singleton.

 


Austin Princess 1800HL. The car that had to have a boot.

 

1957 Austin Nash Metropolitan
1957 Nash Metropolitan Coupe. Made for the North American market. Owned by Barry Wright.

 

Austin A125 Sheerline
1952 Austin A125 Sheerline. 6 cylinder OHV

 

1952 Austin A30
1952 Austin A30

 

 Austin Lancer
Austin Lancer Series 1. Aussie made Austin with 98% local content.

 

 Austin 1800 Mark I
Austin 1800 Mark 1. Front wheel drive, 1800cc 4 cylinder ‘B’ series engine. Hydrolastic fluid suspension.

 

Austin Six Saloon
Austin Six Saloon

 

1937 Austin 10 Cambridge
1937 Austin 10 Cambridge

 

 1951 Austin A40 Devon
1951 Austin A40 Devon

 

Austin A70
Austin A70

 

Austin Healey 3000 MkIII
Several Austin Healey’s were at the display, including this 3000 MkIII

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