- published: 24 May 2017
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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.
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'.
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In our first feature film interview of 2017, we talk with Darren Sullivan Vince, founder of London's Waterloo Classics Car Club, about his love for classic cars. We check out his collection and find out that working in his garage is his zen time. Music credits: "Don't Look" by Silent Partner and "Porches and Universes" by Puddle of Infinity. -- Keep up to date on the Classic Car scene with Take to the Road -- Visit our website: https://www.taketotheroad.co.uk Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/taketotheroad Tweet us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Take2theRoad Follow us on Instagram: https://instagram.com/taketotheroaduk
#1036 For sale in our Chicago showroom is a very solid 1952 Plymouth Cranbrook 4-Door Sedan. After the ending of World War 2 car design did not immediately pick up and the "Big 3" were in the process of re-tooling factories for newer and more innovative cars. By 1952 cars were beginning to become shorter but still provided plenty of interior room and this Cranbrook is no exception. A great amount of detail has been spent to bring this classic back on the road and making it a very high quality and comfortable driver. From top to tires this car looks fantastic and there is no mistaking it for a '50's classic with the gleaming chrome, large front grill, those classic Wide Whitewall tires and optional sun visor with dash board traffic light reflector. On the interior you will see seats t...
www.sdsc.co.uk 1973 L Reg, 79,000 Miles with only 4 owners from new, Finished in Teal Blue with Tan interior, 4 speed with free wheeling hubs, Period Roof Rack, Tax exempt, MOT. This fabulous SAAB has just come in from a family friend and is a really genuine car. They are big SAAB enthusiasts haviing had 16 over their lifetime. This was purchased as their retirement car 11 years ago for classic car shows and weekend days out. There are lots of bills and receipts including an engine rebuild and a new clutch. She comes with a boot full of spares, books and other parts. Her paintwork is excellent and she has been fully waxoyled underneath. Please watch our walkround video on my website to see the full detailed condition of this fabulous car. Please no time wasters or tyre kickers.
#6260 For sale in our St. Louis showroom is a stately 1972 Cadillac Fleetwood. Elvis Presley bought over 100 Cadillacs and he probably liked the fact that they are historically big cars. Big style, big fins, big engines, and big back seats. This '72 certainly does not disappoint. With a mammoth 472 CID V8, and miles of leg room, there's plenty of Cadillac to go around. The four door layout makes for an easily accessible back seat which offers enough space to kick your feet up and enjoy the ride. With the white exterior, it has a timeless Cadillac exterior. Inside you'll find a very unique blue interior with paisley printed seats. Of course, it's loaded with A/C, AM/FM radio, cruise control, power steering, power brakes, power seats, power windows, power locks, tilt column, seat belts, clo...
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