DKW, a now extinct German maker of cars and motorcycles, was founded in 1916 by a Danish engineer called Jørgen Skafte Rasmussen with the original intention of making steam fittings and then a steam powered vehicle - Dampf Kraft Wagen, hence the company name. That didn’t go so well so they turned to small two stroke…
Unimog from 1966
Here we have a two pedal Ford.
This is a Ferguson TE20 tractor, aka the Little Grey Fergie. They were very popular in the immediate post-horse era.
I passed by a used car dealer today and saw a Golf for sale. This one.
This is one of two Wolseley 16/60s I saw today.
*provided it’s red
Seen yesterday. Not just one but five Austin Sevens.
This is a new model BMW 3 series.
Fancified and yellow Renault Clio. Despite the F1 connections it’s more show than go.
A Honda Spada Stepwgn. Yes, Stepwgn. Honda thought they had enough vowels with Spada and weren’t going to bother with more.
MG TF from 1955.