This thing. Last seen in the workshop of my local Smart specialist, now outside his door.
Bonus Dacia Duster. How much more exciting can life be?
Time for something fast and Italian.
Time for another Fiat.
Time for a Fiat!
Oooh, an exciting day because we can explore the Fiat 128. You may never have heard of it but it was one of the first cars (the actual first was also a Fiat group model) to use the combination of a transversely mounted engine with an end-on gearbox, something you find in the majority of cars today.
I used to own a Mk3 Escort but the others have escaped me.
The thing here. It’s a motorcycle, as the eagle eyed will note.
A 1952 Landrover, so one of the earlier ones:
With another unusual sight to its right.
I’ve been to a vintage event, where they had oldish (though I remember many of them when they were new) and unusual things.
Exciting times because we have one of these for today.
A Volvo 240 and a Chrysler something or other, both long rooved.
The eponymous Renault, still in daily and unrestored use in rural Brittany as of May 2017. Bonus Laguna Coupé beyond it. Further bonuses of two Clios, a Ford Ka, a Peugeot 306, a 206 and a 207.
The late Pope John Paul II’s Mk2 Escort is up for auction and expected to go for hundreds of thousands.
Today’s Henry Ford’s birthday.
Especially the one on the left.