Photographs of very cool cars:Introduction
Lots of photos of interesting cars I have spotted
I am often out and about with my camera, either at events of just exploring local towns and one thing I am always on the look out for is interesting cars. This page is to show my favourites. Some of these are powerful sports cars, others classic cars, some just that I found interesting for some reason.
BumblebeeTransformersChevrolet Camaro SS
In 2016 I went to Airbourne Airshow in Eastbourne and they had Chevrolet Camaro SS (Super Sport) all painted up as the new version of Bumblebee, it even had the 900 STRA numberplate. I have to admit it did look very cool and there was a big line of kids waiting to have their photo taken sitting inside Bumblebee! Part of me still misses the Volkswagen Beetle version of Bumblebee, but I know that to most people, especially the kids of today the Chevrolet Camaro SS version of Bumblebee is probably much cooler!
I have no ideal who this 1953 third generation Chrysler New Yorker belongs to, I presume a visitor as I had not seen it there before, but I just had to photograph it! When I got back I did some digging and found a few photos of FSK213, one was on Hastings pier, so it probably is someone quite local. Chrysler New Yorker's were made from 1940 right up until 1996, lasting longer than any other nameplate ever has. This model was built with a 5.3l engine
Ford, FordsonThamesE83W Pickup
While at the Bexhill Horse Show, I spotted this beautiful classic vehicle and couldn't resist taking a few photos of it to add to my collection of car photographs on my web site. Ford / Fordson / Thames E83W Pickup 1952-1957 (I can't narrow it down any more than that, but if you know then please tell me!) 1,172 cc (71.5 cu in) Ford Straight-4 10 hp side-valve engine. Top speed just over 40mph!!! Built at the Ford Dagenham assembly plant. Number Plate: MSK 949