Aston Martin DB4GT Zagato....

Aston Martin GT Zagato 1961 (I've seen this car at the Franschhoek Motor Museum, South Africa)

classic BMW

BMW 328 Sports Car - built 1936 til 1930 designed by Peter Szymanowski, later chief designer by BMW. This was at a time, when there were very few sports cars driven, so this was the hottest car around. It served absolutely no purpose but sports cars

1951 Enzo Ferrari 212 Touring Barchetta. Large radiator grills once a necessity, now back in fashion.

1951 Enzo Ferrari 212 Touring Barchetta ((I LOVE this.I DO NOT LIKE Ferrari's otherwise.they may lend the 'gold o'l cool' internationally recognised for their trademark in land o'cars.


The leather strap securing the hood of the iconic the Mercedes-Benz 300 SL. Best know for its distinctive "gull wing" doors. First released in Day Vintage)

Rolls-Royce Phantom III Cabriolet, 1939...

Rolls-Royce Phantom III Vutotal Cabriolet with body by Labourdette. Jean Henri Labourdette invented the "Vutotal" system to increase visibility and security by eliminating the windscreen mounts and side window frames

Porsche 356

Marvel Superhero Family Decals: Avengers (and X-Man) on Board Vintage orange crush car. Nissan 510 B.


Volkswagon Van :: VDUB :: VW bus :: Volkswagen Camper :: The perfect vintage travel companion for the beach, surf, camping + summer road trips :: Free your Wild :: See more van travel style & inspiration


1956 AC Ace Bristol photo by Georg Schwalbach: AC came back to the market after the Second World War with the staid Two-litre range of cars in but it was with the Ace sports car of 1953 that the company really made its reputation in the post war years.

Jaguar E-type low drag 1962

1962 Jaguar E-Type Low Drag Coupe - love the car, hate the paint job