Taken at the Boconnoc Steam Fair. All taken on Friday 23/07/2010
Except for V8, which is bit of a vintage photo itself.
V1. 1934 SUNBEAM SPEED 20 (Nikon P100)
The car was produced during 1933 and 1934, and 98 were built in two different forms. The running chassis sold for £500, and the close-coupled 2 door Saloon sold for £745.
In 1934 the prices were increased to £525 and £825 respectively.
V2 1921 Swift EP 2/3 seat TOURER. (Nikon P100)
V3 Close up of 1921 Swift. (Nikon P100)
V4 Standard Ensign 16, built in 1930 & registered in 1931. (Fuji S8000fd)
V5 1938–1948 Series E Morris Staff Car. (Nikon P100)
918 cc Morris Type USHM Sidevalve engine
V6 Sunbeam Alpine (Nikon E800)
V7 1971 MGB Roadster. (Nikon P100)
V8 Just me, getting in on the bandwagon, in my 1964 MGB when they were mad enough to still allow me to drive. Photo taken by my brother-in-law in 1970. Black and white print scanned in and digitally processed by me. (Camera not known).
Do look large if you have plenty of time on your hands and once again, thanks for all of your C&Cs. Rob
|Camera:||Nikon P100/Fuji S8000fd/Nikon E800. Check out Nikon Nation!|
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|Uploaded:||6 Aug 2010 - 1:28 PM|
|Tags:||Black & white, Boconnoc, Classic cars, Close-up / macro, Cornwall., Lostwithiel, Mgb, Morris, Standard, Sunbeam, Swift, Transport, Vintage cars|
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