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.
Americano and rastachio sambo. You what? Look at the description.
Sierra Cosworth, tarted up. Alarmingly, it’s thirty years old.
I was at a show last week and saw there some Y
ank Tanks Americana which I’m sure some will recognise
Seen on Sunday.
Only 500 ever made so very rare indeed. The fibreglass body proved beneficial in ensuring that a high percentage of them are still around.
Yesterday’s lunch. Traditional poutine for the princely sum of €6.
Meet some prizewinning gooseberries as seen yesterday
One of these things. There is a clue that the one I’m writing about is Welsh. Bonus Fiesta.
I had a guided tour of a research vessel a couple of weeks ago. While on the bridge I looked for the wheel. You know, the traditional brass bound wooden one that they have on ships. They do, don’t they?
Or, how to make 2+3=6.
A K11 Micra like my mother used to have, bur differently.
This is what you get in the way of a spare wheel on my car. There’s no spare. Instead you get a compressor (yellow box), a spray (behind the compressor) and a valve removal tool, which you’ll need to spray the gunk in.