THE NON ROVER GALLERY,For other classics you own!

#4
Here we have our 'Yellow Peril' 1936 Morris 8 tourer. The picture was taken this year on her annual trip to Enfield, complete with stepson who never left the car all day, as he doesn't like car shows :roll: :roll: :roll:
 

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#11
Still kind of a Rover, the workhorse 1994 Range Rover County LWB. A US market Vogue LSE

And while I don't really consider this a classic, some people would and it is over 20 years old now. The Beloved's 1992 Toyota Celica ZR.
 

Demetris

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My long serving (and suffering!) Austin 1300. I have it for 18 years now, covered more than 250K miles, and still enjoy it either for pootling around town, or for a blast in the mountains.
 

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Demetris

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Thanks Dave. The Cosmics look nice but they don't run too nice. They don't centre on the hubs very well and the different offset doesn't help either. I recently got back to steels and chrome hubcaps and it is noticeably smoother at speed. Old cars over here rust too, especially if you neglect them, but nowhere near as much as in UK.
 
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