Classic Car Picture Challenge

Auburn Boat Tail Speedsteronly-one-in-europe-auburn-boat-tail-speedster

Apparently the number plate suggests this is an original, had the first digit been a O, or a 0 it would of been a kit car. Not really my scene, but how often do you see of these parked up,. especially when it was alleged to be the only one in Europe.


Out of Florida, on Rookery Lane, Lincoln City, UK



No make for this, hopefully someone know…

1957 Morris Minor

morris minor.jpg

One of the first cars I learnt to drive in. Not 100% sure on the year of this one.

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6 Comments Add yours

  1. Cee Neuner says:

    Classic cars are so fun to capture. They are odd now though. 😀 Beautiful entry.

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    1. MickETalbot says:

      Thanks Cee. always try for a shot when I see one. Always a chance one might never see one gain..


  2. Classic Hub says:

    Howdy. Your Auburn Speedster isn’t a genuine one. It’s on an Irish plate. The wheels are the giveaway – far too small for the 1930s. Looks a good replica though. I’d say the Minor (glorious condition – nicely used!) is a late 1960s example.

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  3. Mick Talbot says:

    I’m definitely no expert just like the look of them, however the Minor is similar to the one I was learning to drive with, late 50’s. Regardless, and with much respect I thank most kindly for the information and indeed your comment too,



    1. Mick Talbot says:

      Many thanks for the reblog, appreciated…


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