Littlewick Show


Littlewick Show is Thames Valley Classic Cars Club’s premier event of the year.  It is held on August Bank Holiday Monday. The entrance to the show field is just off the A4 at Knowl Hill between Reading and Maidenhead.

This year the show is on Monday 27th August 2018.
 
As well as about 200 Veteran, Vintage and other Classic Cars, there are motorbikes Military and light commercial vehicles.  The Car Show is part of a traditional Country Fair with Horses, Dogs, Horticulture and Produce Shows and much more.
 
Please browse the Littlewick Show Gallery for pictures of previous shows.

If you have any queries please contact the Secretary.

Registration Fees

Online registrations will be charged at £4.00 with postal registrations costing £6.00 to cover the additional costs.  Registrations on the day will be charged at £7.00.

Online Registration Has Now Closed

Registrations will be accepted at the event on Monday 27th before 10am.

 

Vehicle Classes 2018

A.     Austin 7s up to 1930     - 7 vehicles in class
B.     Austin 7s 1931-35 (Chrome Radiators)     - 6 vehicles in class
C.     Austin 7s 1934-39 (Painted Radiators)     - 8 vehicles in class
D.     Austin 7 Specials - All years     - 1 vehicle in class
E.     Vintage Austin register vehicles     - 10 vehicles in class
F.     Veteran & Vintage Cars to 1955     - 49 vehicles in class
G.     Post-Vintage Cars 1956 - 1987     - 92 vehicles in class
H.     Motorcycles up to 1987     - 8 vehicles in class
J.     Light Commercial and Military up to 3.5 tons     - 16 vehicles in class
K.     American Cars post WW2 up to 1987     - 9 vehicles in class
Total:     206 Vehicles


Click the heading below to show vehicles currently registered in each class...

Show Registration Code Make Model Year Description
A1 Austin Seven Tourer 1928 Barn Find 30 years ago now fully restored 1 1
A2 Austin 7 Chummy 1929 In good transport condition 1 2
A3 Austin 7 Gordon England Cup 1927 Coach Built Austin 7 1 3
A4 Austin Seven 1930 1 4
A5 Austin Seven Chummy 1927 1 5
A6 Austin Seven 1930 1 6
A7 Austin Chummy 1928 A7 chummy 1 7
Show Registration Code Make Model Year Description
B1 Austin Seven Box Saloon 1931 Austin Seven Box Saloon towing a 1950s Nipper Caravan 2 1
B2 Austin 7 RN Box Saloon 1932 2 2
B3 AUSTIN Saloon 1931 Crusty world tourer 2 3
B4 Austin Box Saloon 1934 Black and Blue Box Saloon 2 4
B5 Austin Tourer a 7 1933 2 5
B6 austin 7 box saloon 1934 A box saloon in mainly original unrestored condition apart from a repaint 2 6
Show Registration Code Make Model Year Description
C1 Austin Ruby 1936 3 1
C2 Austin Seven Ruby Saloon 1936 3 2
C3 Austin Ruby 1936 3 3
C4 Austin Ruby 1936 3 4
C5 Austin Seven Ruby 1936 3 5
C6 Austin 7 Opal 1937 3 6
C7 Austin 7 Tourer 1937 3 7
C8 Austin 7 Ruby 1938 3 8
Show Registration Code Make Model Year Description
D1 Austin Seven Special 1937 Built on a chassis of a 1937 Ruby which had been dumped in a field in the 1950s when it's engine was used in a fishing boat. Built to own design using only basic tools in 11 months in 1981 4 1
Show Registration Code Make Model Year Description
E1 Austin 12/4 Heavy Burnham 1930 5 1
E2 Austin 12/4 taxi 1937 This is PEG 1the original car from the pinewood studio classic Carry on Cabby 5 2
E3 Austin 12-4 Fabric Saloon by Morgans of Leighton Buzzard 1928 Austin Heavy 12-4 Fabric Saloon by Morgans of Leighton Buzzard 5 3
E4 Austin 12/4 Burnham 1929 5 4
E5 Austin 16/6 Burnham Saloon 1929 Been in more or less  continous use since new. Never stored unused.  5 5
E6 Austin 1924 Austin Clifton 1924 Just a nice car 5 6
E7 Austin High Lot Taxi 1934 Began its life in 1934 out of Boston Manor Road in Brentford and ran night and day throughout the war pulling a fire pump. Came off the ranks in 1951 and was sold to a private individual who took it round Europe. Then sold to the Harran collection in the USA where it stayed for some time. Repatriated to the UK and recommissioned then sold to owners in Scotland, Northern Ireland, Kent and then Croyden when we bought it. It now lives some four miles away from where it started its life. 5 7
E8 Austin 12 L12/4 1936 Well used so not perfect, in the last year driven over to Holland/Belgium, last week drove up to Penrith and back and so on and so on. Purchased on eBay four years ago for spare parts but was to good to scrap! Car now called eBay. 5 8
E9 Austin 10 Clifton 1934 5 9
E10 Austin 12/4 with Mulliner body 12/4 1927 5 10
Show Registration Code Make Model Year Description
F1 Ford Model Y Tudor 1934 Supplied by Tilloins Garage High Wycombe (New in June 1934) been in the same family for over 45 years. 6 1
F2 Nash Big 6 1932 Unrestored 4 door sedan 6 2
F3 Wolseley 6/80 1953 80% restored vehicle in it's first year of showing.
The Wolseley 6/80 was produced from 1949 to 1954 and was used by police forces during that period.
6 3
F4 Alfa Romeo 1900 C Super Sprint by Touring series 2 1954 Based on the 1900 Super Ti saloon. The engine is 1975cc twin cam developing 115 hp. This shortened chassis (Corto) was bodied by Touring of Milan using the Superleggera (super light) system in aluminium. Imported into UK in 1962 and purchased by me in 1985 as a non runner in very poor condition. Restored by me over an eight year period. 6 4
F5 Daimler Vanden Plas 1939 6 5
F6 Riley Plus-ultra 1.5l Special 1932 2-seater open top sports/racing car 6 6
F7 Fiat Topolino A 1936 Very small 2-Seater car - pre-war version of the Fiat 500 6 7
F8 Morris Eight Series 1 Four Door Saloon 1935 Four Door Fixed Head Saloon Red / Black 6 8
F9 Morris Cowley 1928 6 9
F10 MG TD 1950 Recent purchase ongoing project. But fully roadworthy and enjoyable to drive. 6 10
F11 MG TA 1937 1937 MG TA purchased 1977 in several boxes multi-coloured.

Restored by the current owner in the early eighties fitted with an Supercharged XPAG engine from the later cars, the original was not with the car when purchased. All the panels are original restored items.

Mabel is a much loved car and is used by the family on a regular basis.

Also younger sister to TeDdy the red TD.
6 11
F12 Riley RMF 1947 6 12
F13 Rolls-Royce Wraith 1939 Limousine body by Rippon Brothers that seats six in majestic comfort !  We are only the third owners and the car retains many charming features like lace curtains, scent bottles for the ladies etc. etc. 6 13
F14 Triumph Dolomite FH Coupe 1938 6 14
F15 MG J2 Midget 1933 6 15
F16 Ford 8 - 7Y 1938 6 16
F17 Riley Lynx 12/4 1935 Four seater tourer with 4 cylinder 1 1/2 litre engine, twin camshafts with short pushrods. 6 17
F18 Ford A Roadster 1929  Roadster 6 18
F19 Riley 12/4 Touring 1938 Four seater saloon.  Colour red.  Manual gearbox with overdrive 6 19
F20 HRG 1100 1948 HRG stands for Messrs Halford, Robbins and Godfrey who were the founders of the company. Ron Godfrey was the inspiration behind the HRG. In the early 1920s, in partnership with Captain Archie Frazer Nash they had designed and produced the GN cyclecar. The prototype HRG was built in 1936. A total of 241 HRGs were produced in 1100cc and 1500cc versions. Of all those cars, over 220 are currently still in use in 14 different countries. The engine is a modified Singer unit, although pre-war they used a 1.5 litre Meadows engine. These cars had a highly successful competition history including class wins at Le Mans, Monte Carlo and Spa. They remain competitive today in circuit racing, trials, hill climbs and sprints. JNK 608 was raced during 1948/49 by its first (lady) owner at various circuits including Goodwood.  6 20
F21 Humber 16/50 1929 Owner's history since 1940 this is the earliest known model of this 6 cylinder type. Not easy to drive with a central throttle 6 21
F22 Chevrolet Standard Roadster 1934 Australian built 1934 Chevrolet Standard Roadster. Imported into this country in 1982 by the then owner  6 22
F23 Ford Tudor Model A 1928 6 23
F24 Lea Francis 14HP Saloon 1951 Uxbridge Car Club 6 24
F25 Morris Cowley 1927 6 25
F26 Austin Harley 12/6 1933 Four owners from new, engine, wheels. springs refurbished. 6 26
F27 Land Rover 86" - Series 1 1955 1955 Land Rover Series 1 86" SWB
 
6 27
F28 Sunbeam 12/16 1913 6 28
F29 Austin 18 Woodie 1936 shooting brake body original 6 29
F30 Riley Adelphi 1936 6 30
F31 MG Magnet ZA 1955 very original, been in the family for over 40 years. 6 31
F32 Morris Oxford 1953 6 32
F33 Sunbeam Mk3 Saloon 1955 Black 4 Door Saloon.

2267cc 4 speed + overdrive on top two. (Mine has a floor change gearbox rather than the more usual column change).

80 Bhp @ 4400rpm
6 33
F34 Sunbeam Alpine 1964 Carnival Red, open top. 6 34
F35 MG Midget TC 1949 6 35
F36 Standard Eight 1947 6 36
F37 Bean 11.9 1923 Built at Tipton by A. Harper, Son & Bean, the 11.9 was loosely styled on the pre-Great War Perry. Utilising the Perry tooling and their redundant munitions factory the company attempted to compete with Ford and their Model 'T' and create the first mechanised production line in Europe.

Production of the 1800cc, side valve engine, 11.9 HP (RAC rating) Bean started in 1919 and continued until 1924 during which time 7,500 were made (Model 1 - 3 gear and Model 2 - 4 gear). Body styles were open 2 or 4 seater tourers and various saloon and light commercial options.
 
6 37
F38 Bentley 3 litre Tourer 1926 3 litre converted to  4 1/2 litre open 4 seater vdp tourer 6 38
F39 Austin Ascot 12 1936 Four door family saloon  6 39
F40 Lagonda 2 litre speed tourer 1930 2 litre low chassis tourer rebuilt over many years. 6 40
F41 Invicta 3 / 4.5 Litre 1927 6 41
F42 Austin A30 1954 2 door in blue.  Extensively rebuilt around 1985 with A35 motor ( 948 c.c. )  6 42
F43 Bean Fourteen 5 seater Tourer 1925 6 43
F44 Vauxhall 30/98 1924 Registerd on 14th April 1924.
An owner called Neve raced the car at Brooklands in the late 30's
Restored in1984 and has had two owners since.
6 44
F45 Ford Model T Roadster 1922 1922 Ford Model T Roadster fitted with accessory 'Rocky Mountain' brakes. Black.
used for daily commute 6 days each week if weather is fine.
6 45
F46 Riley RME 1955 Sports saloon and last of the true Riley cars with pre war heritage. 6 46
F47 Jaguar Mark 5 1950 Jaguar saloon in show condition and has been displayed at the NEC Birmingham classic car show twice 6 47
F48 Austin A30 1953 1953 Austin A30, fully restored, air ride, modern engine and brakes 6 48
F49 Standard Vanguard 1955 1055 Standard Vanguard modified 6 49
Show Registration Code Make Model Year Description
G1 MG MGB roadster 1971 body work green, wire wheels 7 1
G2 Humber Super Snipe 1960 7 2
G3 Morris Minor 1000 1969 Restored in 2014 after being off the road for around 10 years. 7 3
G4 Ford Capri 1972 7 4
G5 Ford Anglia 105e Deluxe 1967 Rebuilt from bare metal shell up from 1999-2009. Second owner from new with 82000+ miles on the clock with out an engine rebuild. Shown every year since a various shows around the area. 7 5
G6 Ford Consul MK11 1962 Mk11 Consul 1962, owned for 3 years and is a rolling project. 7 6
G7 Triumph Herald 1967 1967 Triumph Herald Convertable in Royal Blue. Owned for 38 years and my first car. 7 7
G8 triumph spitfire 1980 'Marmite' is a brown 1980 Triumph Spitfire. 7 8
G9 MG MGC ROADSTER 1968 MGC Roadster restored early 1990, registered as a concourse car for MG. 7 9
G10 Jaguar E type series 2 roadster 1969 Car was built in August 1969 and exported to USA. brought back from San Francisco to UK in 1994 and since then has undergone a rolling rebuild and brought back to UK right hand drive specification. 
Since then has been used to tour France, Italy and Swizerland and used regularly during summer months. 
7 10
G11 triumph stag 1975 7 11
G12 Triumph TR4A sports 1966 We have had the car for about 32 years, it went back on the road in 1995 after a major rebuild. 7 12
G13 Jaguar S-type 3.8 1964 7 13
G14 Daimler Conquest Century Mk 2 1957 7 14
G15 MG MGB GT V8 1974 7 15
G16 Mercedes 280 SL 1981 7 16
G17 Mercedes 200T Estate 1982 7 17
G18 Ford Anglia 105E 1965 Basic model of the range 7 18
G19 Triumph TR7 1981 Gold TR7, totally original, very low mileage has only done 30,000 miles 7 19
G20 Landrover Series 2 1958 This Landrover belong to Uxbridge Classic Vehicle Club and we use it to transport our club regalia to shows. 7 20
G21 Ford Consul Mk 2 1959 7 21
G22 MG B 1963 1963 MG B in British Racing Green with 4 speed 3 sychro overdrive gearbox plus optional wirewheels. 7 22
G23 Humber Sceptre 1963 7 23
G24 Ford Escort 1978 Silver ford escort with a black vinyl roof 7 24
G25 Ford Granada Mk 1 1974 7 25
G26 Ford Cortina Mk 3 1972 7 26
G27 Rover P6 1964 A Rover P6 Series 1 2000 first registered in April 1964, in Copperlief Red. I have owned this vehicle since 2011.
During this time I have completely rebuilt the engine due to excessive wear in a couple of cylinders, and carried out major welding work to both N/S and O/S boix sections and jacking points. Also many components including the braking system have been overhauld as necessary.
The car has completed a number of UK and overseas tours during the past 7 years covering about 15000 miles. The cars current mileage is 72560. 
7 27
G28 MGB Roadster 1973 Colour teal blue with black interior, car rebuilt approx 6yrs ago, very good condition. 7 28
G29 Austin Healey 100/6 1956 7 29
G30 Vauxhall Viva HB 1970 Red & Chrome Vauxhall viva in great condition 7 30
G31 Morris 1000 Convertible 1958 7 31
G32 Ford Capri 2.8 Injection 1984 7 32
G33 Triumph Stag 1978 7 33
G34 Ford Capri 1971 Ford Capri MK1

Modified with Rover v8 engine
7 34
G35 Ford Capri 1971 Ford Capri 1600 GT XLR, only know car in Glacier Blue (1 year colour) Full restoration over 10 years. 7 35
G36 Morris Minor 1971 7 36
G37 Rover P5 Saloon 1971 With present owner since 1986.  Restoration and improvement has benn carried out over the years. 7 37
G38 Ford Anglia 105E 1961 This car used to be owned by the editor of the Owner's Club magazine who kept it in his back garden as a shed for his tools!

It then passed via 2 or 3 other owners before being bought for the princely sum of £700 by the current owner from the car park at Exeter train station in 2003. Since then it has had extensive body restoration, a full re-spray in the original colour of Ford Imperial Maroon and a complete engine re-build. Other enhancements include an alternator conversion, electric fan and electronic ignition.

Not bad for a former shed!!
7 38
G39 Triumph TR6 1971 Navy Blue TR6 7 39
G40 Triumph TR5 1968 Red TR5 7 40
G41 Triumph Vitesse 1600 Convertable 1966 Triumph Vitesse 1600 Convertable, use regularly all year round  7 41
G42 Ford MK 11 Consul 1957 A Lovely old MK 11 Consul which I have owned for nearly 40 years, and until recently was my every day car. 7 42
G43 NSU Ro80 1971 Saloon with Wankel engine 7 43
G44 MG MGB GT 1967 7 44
G45 Ford Cortina Mk 1 1965 7 45
G46 Daimler V8 250 Saloon 1967 7 46
G47 Ford Anglia 105E Estate 1966 7 47
G48 Triumph Dolomite 1500 1977 7 48
G49 Austin Allegro 1300 1973 Uxbridge Car Club 7 49
G50 Ford Consul Coupe 1959 7 50
G51 Volvo 245 1980 Volvo Estate Car in original condition.  Regularly used throughout its life. 7 51
G52 Vauxhall Creasta PB 1964 Brought new from Spurlings January 1964 7 52
G53 MG BGT 1972 7 53
G54 Vauxhall H P Firenza 1974 one of only 204 production built models 7 54
G55 bedford CF250 1977 auto sleeper camper van 7 55
G56 Vauxhall Firenza 1971 rare example of an early firenza 7 56
G57 Vauxhall Firenza 1973 group 1 rally replica 7 57
G58 Ford Escort 1968 Ford Escort 1100 deluxe. With period modifications. Restored in 1988 by my father and I as my first car. 1 previous owner.  7 58
G59 Wolesley Hornet 1966 restored many years ago and used regularly  7 59
G60 Jaguar Mk11 1964 Saloon in British Racing Green 2.4 litre 7 60
G61 Ford Anglia 105e standard estate 1967 PYP248E Ford only made 6,500 standard estate cars and as they were used mainly by travelling salesmen they were generally not well looked after so consequently few remain. As far as we know there are only six on the road today. The standard Anglia lacked many of the refinements of the deluxe and super versions. It had no sun visor for the passenger, no cover on the glove box, no carpet just rubber matting on the floor, no temperature gauge, and mostly noticeably, no chrome trim and a small front grill. Several years ago this car was restored and the colour was changed from all beige to Ford Monaco red with a white roof. 7 61
G62 Ford Cortina 1972 7 62
G63 Jensen Interceptor Convertible 1974 Primrose Yellow Jensen Interceptor Convertible with 33k miles from new, one of only 85 Right Hand Drive convertibles made......unrestored 7 63
G64 Jaguar E Type 1968 2 + 2 series 2 British racing green 7 64
G65 Ford Anglia 105e De Luxe 1966 Ford Anglia 105e Saloon De Luxe. Lagoon Blue, original condition, with no modifications. 7 65
G66 Ford Anglia 105E Saloon 1961 7 66
G67 Rover 2200 tc 1975 White 4 door saloon with a vinyl roof 7 67
G68 MG B Roadster 1966 7 68
G69 Rolls royce Sliver shadow 11 1978 white rolls royce 7 69
G70 Alfa Romeo 33 1.7 Cloverleaf 1987 Owned from new. Successor to the AlfaSud. Multi Concorso d'Eleganza winner. Now a rare car. 7 70
G71 Jaguar XJ6 S1 1972 7 71
G72 Jaguar E type 1972 E type, Series 3, 2+2, red. 7 72
G73 Humber Hawk 1961 7 73
G74 Austin 3 Litre 1969 Burgundy Austin 3 Litre. Saloon Body type. 7 74
G75 Ford Anglia 1966 Bodywork in Red, Roof in Black. Model 1200 Super. 7 75
G76 Rover 100 1961 2 Tone Grey Saloon 7 76
G77 Sunbeam Alpine 1966 Red Sunbeam Alpine Sports with hard & soft tops and Tonneau cover. Series 5 1725cc. 7 77
G78 Singer Vogue 1963 7 78
G79 Ford Escort rs turbo 1987 2.1 zvh engine approx 250bhp  7 79
G80 Ford Sierra rs cosworth 1987 7 80
G81 Ford Capri 2.8 1981 7 81
G82 Ford Capri 280 Turbo 1987 7 82
G83 Triumph Vitesse 1967 Fully restored 1967 Triumph Vitesse convertible..  7 83
G84 Chevrolet Corvette 1956 A matching numbers car is one of 3467 built at the St Louis factory in Missouri on the 24thAugust 1956 and only one of 547 with factory fitted with power windows. 

The car with its two-tone Venetian Red and Beige paintwork and red interior features a 225 horsepower 265 cubic inch small block V8 engine with the factory fitted optional twin 4 barrel Carter WCFB 2419S (front)/WCFB 2362S (rear) carburettors, the original 3 speed manual transmission and the original 1956 AM signal seeking radio.
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G85 Ford Capri 2.8i 1985 7 85
G86 Ford Anglia Van 1967 7 86
G87 Vauxhall Chevette 1976 Two door saloon,maintained to original specification,not restored and has covered 34,000miles 7 87
G88 Morris Minor 1000 Traveller 1971 7 88
G89 Triumph Stag 1973 This Sapphire Blue Stag has been owned by its present owners for 14 years. In that time it has covered 40,000 miles in the UK and Europe.

In 2010 it featured in the cult TV series Ashes to Ashes when it was the bad guy's car
7 89
G90 Ford Capri 1983 2.8 injection  7 90
G91 Ford Corsair 1964 White four-door saloon 7 91
G92 Ford Anglia 1961 7 92
Show Registration Code Make Model Year Description
H1 BMW R100/7 1978 BMW R100/7 immaculate mostly original condition 8 1
H2 BMW R100RS 1979 Fully restored in show condition 8 2
H3 Vincent Comet 1951 Completely restored by current owner after being neglected in a close friends garage for several decades. Now lovingly maintained and regularly used. 8 3
H4 Triumph T20 cub 1955 Triumph cub 1955.

200cc Restored by my late father Adrian Farmbrough some years ago.
8 4
H5 Moto Rumi Tipo Sport 1959 Moto Rumi motorcycles and scooters were made in Bergamo Italy. Production started after the war. Before the war Rumi made machinery for the textile industry and during the war made miniature submarines and ammunitions for the German war effort.

The Rumi to be displayed was my original scooter from the early 1960s. I found it after a long search and restored during 2010. It is a fine example of the excellent engineered Moto Rumi.
8 5
H6 Ariel NH 350 cc 1956 8 6
H7 HONDA CB 200 1977 Honda 200cc motorcycle of the mid to late 70s.
Was stored for aproximately 27 years ,I have recomissioned it with some light restoration.
8 7
H8 Ariel Gold Arrow Sport 1961 8 8
Show Registration Code Make Model Year Description
J1 VW Transporter 1987  THIS VW  1987 TRANSPORTER IS  REAR ENGINE PANEL VAN NOT MODIFIED IN ANY WAY, 89000 ml ON CLOCK , THE VAN SPENT ITS WHOLE LIFE ON THE ROADS AROUND THE READING AREA BEING USED AS A PAINTER AND DECORATING VAN. 9 1
J2 Land Rover 109 FFR 1966 9 2
J3 Dodge WC 56 1942 9 3
J4 fordson 7v 1947 9 4
J5 chevrolet jc pick up 1939 1/2 ton Chevrolet pickup imported from Africa 9 5
J6 Land Rover 101 Forward Control 1974 9 6
J7 Land Rover 109 FFR 1965 9 7
J8 Morris 5 cwt van 1935 Found as a dog kennel, very sorry state, but took 2 years of hard work to get it back on the road  9 8
J9 Austin A35 Van 1957 9 9
J10 Bedford HA 110 1977 9 10
J11 Daimler Ferret Scout car 2/3 1958 Reconnaissance vehicle in service in Cyprus and Boneo Germany
 
9 11
J12 land rover 90 1985 classic 4x4 9 12
J13 Austin A35 van 1967 Restored in 2009 as an exact replica of a1967 Wiltshire Police Rural Patrol Van. 9 13
J14 BSA M20 1940 dispatch riders motorcycle ww2 9 14
J15 Landrover S1 1958 Late series One 88in canvas top in Green 9 15
J16 Bedford J1 1964 9 16
Show Registration Code Make Model Year Description
K1 Chevrolet Corvette C3 1978 Silver Anniversary model,two tone silver,grey 5.7ltr. 10 1
K2 Corvette Stingray 1981 Burgundy colour owned by me for 28years 10 2
K3 Chrysler Convertible Windsor De-Lux 1953 Original as exported to Geneva in 1953 
I have 'build papers'
10 3
K4 Plymouth Super deluxe 1946 1946 Plymouth Super Deluxe Flat 6 3600cc 3 spd manual or 3 on the tree. 10 4
K5 CHEVROLET BELAIR 1953 THIS CAR WAS BUILT AT THE GM HOLDEN PLANT IN AUSTRALIA IN 1953, ENGINE IS A 4.3 V8 AND 5 SPEED AUTO GEARBOX, AND RUNS ON PETROL OR LPG. 10 5
K6 FORD MERCURY COUGAR 1978 1978 Ford Mercury Cougar Coupe XR7 6.6 litre chamois ediion, all original.
Owned for 31 years with mileage of 58,000.
10 6
K7 Dodge Charger 1970 10 7
K8 Cadillac Eldorado 1956 Completely restored by owner as an Elvis tribute car. 10 8
K9 Plymouth Belvedere 1957 1958 Fury Red / White Christine Clone.  10 9