Buenos dias. Cars & Coffee early today.
On the way to Cambridge (UK) yesterday and saw this lovely little lady who appeared to be a bit lost (in time and location :0)
Do I detect a LEFT hand drive on the Model A? Need to know more.
Awesome ventilation controls from a '56 Lincoln Continental Mark ll
@Omegafanman hasn't replied yet but I can add a little. Note the original Michigan number in the middle of the radiator and a British registration plate at the level of the front springs. That there 'pedia says that Model As were made at Trafford Park (Manchester, England) but were not a success due to a clash of engine dimensions with the British tax calculation method. I have a vague recollection that the Trafford Park cars were right hand drive.
The car has a light blue parking sticker which suggests the owner may be part of Cambridge University. Don't recognise the location, but in most of Cambridge it would be most unwise to stand in the road to take photos, the traffic both cars and bicycles is very heavy.
How about some automotive pornography? . . .
Courtesy Mario Bok
That Is pure sex I have to admit...
I saw this baby last week - not so mellow yellow......
Wonderful …. Proper old school :0)
1950s design at its peak:
That’s amazing, do you have any details?
Lots of photos and a long description.
Here’s my old thing. Currently overhauling aircon and tracing leak on power steering. An ongoing process but worth it. She’s part of the family and will remain so whilst I can still put fuel in her...
Newport Car Museum, Rhode Island....worth a visit if in the area.
@MRC - You have covered this with way more detail than I knew :0) - Picture was taken a few miles out in a village off the A14. I know what you mean about the bikes - I nearly died taking a photo of the Corpus Clock when I did arrive in Cambridge proper.
This is about as good as it gets here in an Alaska small town July 4 parade.
It's quite hazarous on a bike also. Too many pedestrians look in the wrong direction before stepping into the road. Especially on Kings' Parade. The only shop I occasionaly need to visit there has a handy alley right next to it, so I can avoid everyone holding their i-things up in front of them
What's this? Exif.Image.Model iPhone 5
Oops, no offense I hope.
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