Other people’s photos of your car.

sdibbers

Well-Known Member
#1
So, I found a photo of Beryl, our 1969 2000TC, on the Spadaro Memorial Drive we did a couple of years ago. A 65 mile rally to raise money for child cancer research. It remains one of my favourite photos of the car even though you only see a part of her. Does anybody else have pictures of their carsthey’ve found online that they really like?
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#13
@mrtask:
on the very right bottom of every post (same level as your signature) you could see #99 (Number of the post). Next there the options to "Like" or "reply". This option is only available at another persons post, not on yours.

A member of the classic-car-club Inzing, a small village near to my hometown, named Nicole, made this picture as the paprika rumbles over the red carpet :D at a very familiar classic-car meeting.
Both men (me and my little son) in the first row, my wife in the back.
This year again, but with rostyles and a much bigger bang under the hood :p:cool:
 

sdibbers

Well-Known Member
#14
@mrtask:
on the very right bottom of every post (same level as your signature) you could see #99 (Number of the post). Next there the options to "Like" or "reply". This option is only available at another persons post, not on yours.

A member of the classic-car-club Inzing, a small village near to my hometown, named Nicole, made this picture as the paprika rumbles over the red carpet :D at a very familiar classic-car meeting.
Both men (me and my little son) in the first row, my wife in the back.
This year again, but with rostyles and a much bigger bang under the hood :p:cool:
Great perspective distortion in this photo.
 
#15
It's funny this topic should be here as I found something very odd (yet great!) the other day...

On the Netherlands Wiki' page for the Rover P6 my old Almond Yellow Series 2 2000TC (KMH 909K where are you?!) is the picture right at the top!

Rover P6 - Wikipedia

I didn't take the picture but I remember that day (about 13 years ago) very well as I had traveled to the South Coast with my soon-to-be-wife from London and cleverly left my lights on requiring me to knock on doors asking for jump leads and a jump to enable us to get back home!!!

I'd love to know who took the picture and how on earth it has ended up on that site...?!
 
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harveyp6

Well-Known Member
#17
I've seen pics of two vehicles I've owned in the past turn up on the net, but neither of them have been Rovers. That said I've owned so many Rovers during my time there's probably some old pics taken by somebody floating about out there somewhere, but I probably wouldn't recognise them now anyway.
 
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