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!
A family picnic next to a 1935 Morris twelve. Who took the photo? Why are they called Magna wheels? What are the roof vents for? Continue reading Picnic Postcard
Mysterious unidentified car from the Netherlands crossing the ford at Sidmouth. Is it a Citroen? Also why is that Hillman Minx yellow. Postcard musings. [SOLVED – Glas] Continue reading Unidentified and Unreflected
This postcard from the 70s shows a Hillman Super Minx, Singer Vogue or Humber Sceptre with odd paintwork in the New Forest Continue reading Waiting
A vintage French motor car – maybe a pickup between a horse-drawn cart and a tram in Boulogne before World War I. Continue reading Early French Pickup?
Cars with front and rear doors hinging on the centre pillar, i.e. suicide doors st the front, normal doors at the rear. Continue reading More Suicide Doors – Of course!
What design feature do the Rover 75 and Sunbeam Talbot 90 have in common which is rarely seen on any car these days? Rear suicide doors. Continue reading Suicide doors
Laughton Goodwin garage in Kidderminster in the 1950s – Agents for Austin, Citroen, Rover, Armstrong Siddeley and other leading makes. Continue reading A Fifties Forecourt
Vauxhall Viva HC in Kidderminster in 1977 parked alongside a line of people queuing for bread. Continue reading Viva! Accord?
Here’s one for a friend of mine who complains I have not posted for a while. He’s a real petrolhead and has had a string of interesting cars but long long ago in his youth he bought a car which … Continue reading Morecambe but not Wise
Original Post. This is Sint-Job-in-‘t-Goor, a village not far from Antwerp, Belgium. What a peaceful scene. People sitting outside in the afternoon sunshine having a drink and a chat. I think the car is an FN (Fabrique Nationale) but not … Continue reading In blissful ignorance
I’ve recently started postcrossing. Postcrossing is a postcard exchange project that allows people to send and receive postcards from random people all over the world. It’s free and if you want to have a go, go to https://www.postcrossing.com/. Today’s two … Continue reading Trento