- published: 22 Oct 2014
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Our key interest is to ensure the preservation of these cars. Hence why we go the extra mile to make sure that these sell to good homes for a respectable value. It is our belief that classic cars should be considered as an alternative investment to stocks, property etc. They should be seen as tangible assets - assets that you can see, admire and enjoy - assets that you have control over. We offer a very specialised service catering for the classic car industry. Visit www.waimakclassiccars.co.nz for more information about our classic cars and services.
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Mk1 Blue escort
Top 7 Selling And Popular Cars of the 1970s in UK List: 7. Hillman and Chrysler Avenger – 219,600 registered 6. Ford Granada – 237,937 registered 5. Ford Capri – 378,310 registered 4. Vauxhall Viva - 547,717 registered 3. Morris Marina – 703,686 registered 2. Ford Escort – 1,119,004 registered 1. Ford Cortina - 1,412,102 registered
All original car, never restored or been welded. The car is in Sweden.
John coopers mk1 cambridge
On August 17th, 2013, hundreds of classic and modern cars alike drove down to downtown Cambridge for one of the top ten cruise ins in Ohio. Located on the Historic National Road, Route 40, in the middle of town, the event is fun for the entire family!
Have you seen what it takes to restore a classic car? how about if that car is a Supercar? well follow me on this adventure and watch a thorough restoration step by step along the way. From dismantling to painting you will be there each time. We are lucky as the choice of car happens to be a very special Ferrari Dino 246 GTS which only 235 Right hand drive examples were ever produced. This is living and breathing supercars and you will only find it on this channel, Supercar Advocates. http://www.supercaradvocates.com http://www.instagram.com/Theluxeindexx http://www.facebook.com/Supercaradvocates Presented by Lecha Khouri @ Supercar Advocates Edited by Daniel Gundling @ Supercar Advocates
Eamonn O'Neal and Nicky Fox take a look at some vintage British motor cars - the Austin A30 and the Austin A35, courtesy of members of the Austin Owners Club. Nester Warrel takes Nicky on a ride in her vintage model talking about how she got it and why attracted her to this car in particular. Eamonn finds out what distinguishes the A35 from the earlier A30 model, and goes through some of the improvements that were made to the later model.
Classic car road run from Cambridge to Oxford Bus & Morris Motors Musuem celebrating 50 years of BMC Farina cars 1959 to 2009 (Austin Cambridge, Morris Oxford, Wolseley 15/60, Riley 4/72, MG Magnette plus the 6 cylinder variants like Austin Westminsters, Wolseley 6/110's). All organised by the 'Cambridge-Oxford Owners Club'.
This is my one and only British car. I got this car from Ken at Import Auto Salvage many years ago, after they went out of biz. It had been stored under a fir tree and completely mossed over. This is a 4 door A-50 Cambridge Saloon. 12 volt positive ground, 1500cc BSA engine with a 4 speed column shift. Cute car with great chrome accent trim. Some day I will restore it. Basic brake and tune up parts are not too hard to source. However, the column shift transmission has been elusive. MGA's have the same transmission in floor shift style, identical insides, but, they relocate the slave cylinder and starter on the integral bell housing. I'd rather not cut the floor. I've been looking for the correct column shift transmission for a long time. I have a theory that Austin / Nash Metropolitains m...
She was a real royal lady, true patron of the arts
Said the best country singers die in the back of classic cars
So if I ever got too hungry for a suitcase or guitar
To think of them, all alone in the dark
So I laid some nights beside her in a bed made for a queen
She said I kissed her different, that all the men her age were mean
Gave me anything I wanted, oh, the generosity
I took all that I could, it was free
Now the sky is a torn up denim and the clouds just splattered paint
It?s a room I?m renovating, it?s a name I got to change
If I get out of California, I?m going back to my home state
To tell them all that I made a mistake
And I keep looking for that blindfold faith, lighting candles to a cynical saint
Who wants the last laugh at the fly trapped in the windowsill tape
You can go right out your mind trying to escape
From the panicked paradox of day to day
If you can?t understand something, then it?s best to be afraid
The whole world, it loves you if you are a chic chameleon
Intersecting circles, she could hang with anyone
But when conducting business, she would lie about where she?s from
Saying, "Life is how it is, not how it was"
I learned to listen, felt like I was back at school
She?d talk forever about the phases of the moon
Saying, "Everything's a cycle, you?ve got to let it come to you
And when it does, you will know what to do"
Without even knowing, I guess I took up her advice
Painted her front door, it seemed a suitable goodbye
It?s not that often but I think of her sometimes
Just something quaint, a couple ships in the night
And they keep moving at a glacial pace, turning circles in a memory maze
I made a new cast of the death mask that's gonna cover my face
I had to change the combination to the safe
Hide it all behind a wall, let people wait