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!
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
Here’s another postcard of the Menton border crossing and that big white triangle in the cliff face that we saw in the last post – Passports Please! This time we have only one car, a pre-war Rolls Royce Phantom II … Continue reading A Phantom at Menton
Following on from last week’s 1903 breakdown we have one in 1926. It’s all too easy to think that the car in question is the Rolls Royce Silver Ghost [?] outside the Sutherland Arms Hotel in Lairg, but of course … Continue reading Another breakdown
Another great photo from the The Glasgow Story archives. This one is of Jimmy Logan’s Metropole Theatre in 1967. Outside is a 6.2 litre Rolls Royce Sliver Cloud with the registration number JL10. By 1967 the Silver Cloud had been replaced by the more modern … Continue reading Stars, Garters and a Sliver Cloud.