Carrying on from my post part one of the show, I moved down the line of cars and came across a true iconic cars ever made, the classic Model T tourer. The only thing I didn’t like was the ‘slow vehicle’ slapped across the back of it, but I could see why they did it. This little gem almost got my vote!
Another poster of cars I had on wall was of the white Lotus Esprit from the James Bond movie, The spy who loved me. So this one is in black, but who cares? It’s still a stunning looking car to this day.
This car is a Jaguar kit car and was a popular vehicle, I did like the hood ornament as it was rather unique!
A little group of Mustangs, the blue ’65 coupe here has gone all out for chrome. I know I clean my car to death, but all that chrome must be a nightmare.
It was here in the field that I eventually made my mind up for the runner up spot for ‘Mart’s Car of the Show’. I came back to this car a couple of times. This Peerless Grand Tourismo. It’s the first time I had seen one which isn’t surprising as only 325 examples were produced from 1957-1960, beautiful car and also now a very rare car.
The next post will be the third and final post of this car show. Hopefully I have shown some different cars rather than the usual ones you tend to see. Next post will feature my car of the show which is another rare car and still a head turner even by todays standards.