Look at this beauty that was parked outside a Toyota dealership the other day!
It’s a “vintage” Morgan, date unknown. The processing is courtesy of Instagram.
Here’s the back view, with a little cross processing added for fun.
At first glance, I thought this car was really old, although in mint condition. Then I noticed the seat belts and headrests. Had no idea they were still in production. How fun would it be to tool around in one?
And how about that license plate?
Great weekend, everyone. And welcome to the new subscribers!
What a classic! There’s a vintage car show on Coney Island every year. It’s so much fun to watch the cars “parade” down the street
I would love that! Just read an article on Coney Island and now I want to see the place.
I love these old cars. And the processing you did looks really nice.
I do too, Caroline. Would love to just look at this one in my garage. 🙂
These types of cars always turn my head. I love them.
Since you’re in London, I expect you see a lot more of them. Lucky!
People take their cars seriously here…I’m always surprised by how nice they are. I’ve never been much of a car person and haven’t owned one in years.
It’s the same in California, as you probably know.
Spectacular artifact to perhaps a more genteel time? Beautifully captured, Carole, and, yes, I would love to take a ride! You have a great weekend, too.
Thanks, Cheryl. I’m wondering how the leather straps hold up in the wet English climate. Or the D.C. weather. Probably a “weekend” car.
I saw a guy driving a convertible the other day wearing leather gloves and a leather cap – totally cliché. But it would totally fit with a car like this.
Awesome boy toy. Crossprocessing to this image made it simply perfect.