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?
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
Grassington, Yorkshire probably in the late seventies. So what proportion of the cars would you expect to be British? Let’s tot them up… Red Triumph 1500TC (registration SWW7M and still on the road!) – BritishWhite Ford Capri – British Brown … Continue reading Counting counting
Mark I Ford Cortina, a Vauxhall Cresta E and a Mk1 Triumph Spitfire parked up on a hot day. Continue reading Oil Slick on a Sunny Day
Wonderful old postcard showing a 1959/60 Ferrari 250 GT Berlinetta SWB in the Place de la Republique in Lyon. Continue reading Ferrari 250 GT!
A Lovely old postcard showing a Ford Zodiac Mk 2 Convertible with the registration 784LOB in Hungary in the sixties. Continue reading Zodiac in Hungary
Old postcard showing old cars on the Rest and Be Thankful pass between the wars. Continue reading Rest and be Thankful
Postcard showing a De Dion-Bouton bus with a Goudard et Mennesson centrifugal radiator (sometimes called a Solex Radiator.) Continue reading Keeping Cool in Paris