There was quite a discussion on the Riley RM Club forum about the last post. One of the interesting things to come out of it was that someone dated the photo by the TWA flight bag one of the men … Continue reading London Airport
I just had to have this old photograph when I came across it. An RM Riley photo-bombing a family photo in Switzerland. What a find! And it’s got a roof rack like the one in San Remo (Riley at the … Continue reading Another RM far from Home
What a fantastic postcard! The harbour in Saint Tropez in the fifties. The old buildings, the pavement cafes, the yachts, the people walking and cycling, chatting and staring. And the cars! So many! Three or four caught my eye… This … Continue reading Topless in Saint Tropez
Having just bought a 1954 Riley RME (see my other blog – Riley First Drive), let’s bring all the Riley RMs we have already seen on this blog together in one post. Continue reading Riley RMs
Here we have another Riley RM. With suicide door open we can see someone getting out of a Riley RMA or RMB, a new post war car designed in the thirties, so a new old car, outside the Old New … Continue reading New Old Car Old New Inn
Just along the road from Menton in the South of France (I have quite a few postcards from there – See Menton Crossing), heading east into Italy, you come to San Remo, the subject of today’s post. Here we have … Continue reading Riley at the Casino
Postcard showing a Humber Super Snipe (1950-52) stopped at the customs post on the bridge between France and Spain at Hendaye. Continue reading Humber on the Bridge
Postcard from Bulgaria showing a couple admiring the view over Varna on the Black Sea next to their baby blue Wartburg 311 convertible in 1969 Continue reading Nice view over Varna!
A rare Bond Equipe seen in the Square in Llangefni, Anglesey, North Wales in about 1969. Continue reading Rare Bond caught in Anglesey
Postcard showing an Austin Healey Sprite or MG Midget parked in the middle of some quintessentially French cars – a Renault R8 0r 10), Citroen Ami 6, Renault 4 and Citroën 2CV outside the Tour du Tournoer in Toulouse. Continue reading The Midget and the Tower
A Moskvich 427 sits outside York Minster where centuries before a Roman Emperor had been crowned and more recently a Russian Orthodox Liturgy held in the Crypt. Continue reading Romans and Russians
Two postcards of the Lygon Arms, Broadway show very different classic cars. One with a prominent Rolls Royce, the other with a Citroen DS. Continue reading All Change!