A Monaco Blue convertible surviving (just!) in the USA.
I am really chuffed to have this through the letterbox this morning. This superb 144 page book follows on from the hugely successful DL Isle of Wight Motor Vehicles 1896-1939 and is called The Classic […]
The weekend saw Coventry Car Day – a celebration of Coventry-built cars right in the heart of Coventry city centre.
I think it is a period photo….
Sunday saw the fourth Higham Ferrers Classic Car Show organised by the Rotary Club of Rushden Chichele. The fourth year of glorious weather and this time we were treated to a flypast by the Red Arrows. […]
Crossed paths many times – reunited at the weekend! These two Island cars met again after, no doubt, seeing each other regularly in and around Freshwater. Despite the V versus A – the Triumph Herald […]
Of course, here in the UK ‘summer’ is always a bit of a mixed bag, you certainly can never plan an event, expecting glorious weather as the weather is so unpredictable. So with sunny, warm […]
A unique feature on the early Triumph Heralds was an additional parcel tray which was located underneath the dashboard passenger side cubby box. This grey plastic-coated wire element has been nicknamed the ‘chip basket.’
During a recent trip to the Isle of Wight we were able to visit the site of the Ryde Garage, Downing and Donovan and take a trip to the Records Office at Newport. We found new […]
This period advert came to light over the Christmas holidays. Sorting through my old TSSC Courier magazines and the classified sections. All the adverts are text only, with very few offering a numberplate – this […]