Cars Cars and more Cars
The next village to us had a car show last weekend,i went along and took a few pictures and was suprised at how many vehicles were there.I took dozens of pictures so here are a few of them.
First one inside the gate was this,looks like a cut and shut but the length was reduced at a garage and it is road legal.
Apart from the tyres this one was all red and crome
Red seats and carpets.
Even a red steering wheel.
Some terrific paint work on some of them.
I like the reflections of the clouds on the bonnet of this one.
These 2 looked good together.
The paint work on this Morris Minor is brilliant.
If you look on the side of the bonnet you will see reflections of people who were standing next to me.
A great British product of times past.
This must be the most well known mascot in the world.
Lots of admirers for this one.
A Rolls Royce that must cost a fortune to keep in this condition.
The standard of all the vehicles on show was first class.
This mascot could only go on one car:-
A Jaguar with head lights the size of buckets.Todays lights are smaller but a lot more powerful than these.
The only tractor at the show,it looked a bit lonely.
A few military vehicles including this half track, the owners dressed in old style combat kit.
Also there a selection of motor bikes and trikes
This A J S was gleaming and the sun was glinting off the exhaust silencer.
This one looked filthy. A closer inspection revealed that it was meant to be like that,the whole car had been smeared with old oil to give it an aged look.if you look at the front left you will notice a Gopher trying to get from under the bumper.
More lights than our village street.
I could't get the site to upload any more pictures so i am going to finish here.I have got over 50 more pictures so i might do another blog on this at a later date.I had a good day at the show and i hope you enjoy my pictures,thanks for looking.
- Would you go down here? Looks like #Fujifilm #X10 owner has captured the entrance to the underworld... http://t.co/q9Kdd9ywFy
- East Yorkshire coast is the perfect spot for this #Fujifilm #HS30EXR owner to take a few birds (shots) http://t.co/lTZQSRH8Hw
- Holy cow! What a great farmyard portrait, expertly captured with a #Fujifilm #S1800 http://t.co/1YkTtIyoly
- Join Dave (pictured) and @ParkTweets for their annual Imaging Festival on 22nd June 2013 http://t.co/Pi9nQzVBUe http://t.co/Z0DP33iFcv
- #Fujifilm #HS20EXR owner heads north to enjoy a day photographing the inhabitants @EdinburghZoo http://t.co/xyf6Gmv72D