If its Norfolk then its got to be American Cars Phil and what a selection . I remember years ago in a Pub near Swaffham joking with a Local that American Servicemen had been responsible for introducing two things to Norfolk , mixed race Children and American Cars and the simpletons had gone mad for both , naturally one or two took umbrage . I used to work the Lurchers with the Travellers on the Site next door and rucks with the Locals were commonplace , the Barman kept a Billy Club behind the Bar as it could be literally hours before the Police arrived . I drove past last week on my way to a New Site on the Norwich Road , the Pub has long gone though the Travellers Site is still there , hard to believe I am talking 35 years ago and inevitably most of them will be dead . I love the Standard Ten the forerunner to what later became Triumph , the Convertible Viva is I believe a Crayford conversion though happy to be corrected on that as I am speaking from memory . The Daimler in my opinion doesnt suit the GKN Avon Alloys ( these were Jaguars first Production Alloy Wheel ) I also dont believe these were available at the time of this particular Models manufacture coming slightly later initially on the Series 2 Coupe ? The RS500 is sublime as are all the Fords , the Engineer will be checking that Mexico for authenticity My eye is drawn to the Orange Mk2 Escort and the fact that it is fitted with Fishnet Recaros yet has a flat front , impossible to know much more but to me it looks a nice hybrid . VCF 908Y in the background I had hoped to be a Supersport but clearly its a Series 1 XR2 which would be fitted with the larger 1598cc engine . The Silver 3.0 S is without the obligatory Fishnet Recaros , I believe these were optional Engineer though any I've come across all have them . PHJ 115E I recognise as a Goggomobil Sedan Bavarian and Produced between 1955 and 1969 . YTA 109E in the first Picture needs no introduction and is a sixties Camaro but it leads me onto a question for Phil ......Now you own a Country Estate in Norfolk Phil , are you tempted by one of these American Pick Ups ? Handy for transporting the occasional Bail of Hay or apprehending the occasional Cattle Rustler . I see you as an older Paul Newman perhaps with a Zimmer Frame rather than a Winchester
Nice pics Phil, the Mex looks a nice car but 44 years on who knows how original it really is, the 500 not been taxed or tested for a number of years so looks like a trailer Queen to me as doubt it's a track car Fishnets option standard on custom IIRC.
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