Show your pre-war car

We like to invite you want to share photos and/or story with us.

If you have a nice old photo, or a great new photo, or own a pre-war car
we are happy if you want to share one or more photos with us.

World Speed Record 4 litre V12 Sunbeam Tiger.

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Author: william hearne Thursday, 17 March 2016

World Speed Record 4 litre V12 Sunbeam Tiger.

As a follow up to my piece on the above (click) here is the car on Ainsdale Beach [Southport] Wednesday 16th March. There were many Sunbeam Talbot Darracq Register support cars which also ran on the beach and a very good replica of the Campbell Bluebird with 24 litre Napier Lion Aircraft engine. I counted no less than eight twin cam 3 litre Sunbeams in attendance. As it was free admission there were many members of the public there to watch. It was well worth the 250 mile round trip.

William Hearne 
      
   

Our 2016 Showroom

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Author: Juri Castricum Thursday, 18 February 2016

Our 2016 Showroom

Here you see our showroom and workshop , only with pre-war cars!

You are welcome for a visit.

www.castricumcollectorcars.nl

  
   

1921-22 Packard 6

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Author: Keith Nordquist Monday, 01 February 2016

1921-22 Packard 6

Finding old cars in 1968

Keith Nordquist
   

1923 B2 Citroen Luxe/Sport pre Christmas makeover.

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Author: Craig Little. Friday, 18 December 2015

1923 B2 Citroen Luxe/Sport pre Christmas makeover.

Three days of masking, rubbing down, spraying, rubbing down, spraying etc., etc., and voila!.... 
a not so shabby Citroen

   
   

My 1938 Mercedes-Benz 170V 1938

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Author: Imre Sunday, 13 December 2015

MB 170V 1938


Imre
   

1912 Ford Model T Speedster

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Author: G. Wayne Friday, 13 November 2015

1912 Ford Model T Speedster
This is one of four pre-war cars that were on hand to launch my new book about the early days of the automobile industry (on both sides of the Atlantic), CAR CRAZY: The Battle for Supremacy between Ford and Olds and the Dawn of the Automobile Age. Learn more about the book at the CAR CRAZY site.

The other cars were an 1893 Duryea, a 1912 Packard and a 1904 Oldsmobile -- the very model that raced acrosss the American continent in 1905, one of many adventures in the book. Enjoy the ride!   G. Wayne
   

Which type of Bosch headlights?

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Author: Buck Schneider Tuesday, 03 November 2015

Bosch headlights
     

I used to own a 220 model Mercedes. When I purchased the vehicle a pair of Bosch headlights came with it in the trunk. I am interested in there value Will submit pics @ your photos2010 site
thanks
Buck Schneider

   

Matford V8/48

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Author: Juergen Fiedler Friday, 16 October 2015

Matford V8/48

  
   

My Opel 1909

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Author: peter h Sunday, 04 October 2015

opel 1909

Peter shows his Opel 1909 project. Wow! 

If you want to sell it post it here Peter : http://www.prewarcar.com/classifieds/place-an-ad/ 
   

Newby Hall Concours Rally 2015

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Author: James Wednesday, 12 August 2015

Newby Hall Concourse Rally 2015

Please find enclosed some pictures of the Newby Concours Rally organised by the North of England Classic and Pre War Automobile Club (NECPWA) which was held near Ripon in North Yorkshire on Sunday 19th July, the event attached around 1700 entries, some coming from as far afield as Holland and Germany. The cars ranged in class A from a 1904 Jackson Dog Cart which was parked alongside a beautifully original 1912 Panhard Levassor town car which spent a number of years in a Dutch Motor Museum. 

Class B represented cars made from 1919 through to 1930, within this section some fine examples of British cars were represented, these included a 1922 Clathorpe,  two 1925 Morris Oxford Bullnoses, three Bullnose Morris Cowleys and a 1926 Rolls Royce 20HP, these are just to mention a few. Also on display were a number of club stands which featured the models through the era.  A traditional part of the Newby Hall Concourse is the Autojumble which again this year was well attended by stallholders and customers. Luckily after a few showers earlier on Sunday the day remained fine.

Thanks must go to the NECPWA  for running yet again a fantastic event at Newby Hall. Further pictures can be found on my flickr site, please click here.

      
   

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