It's been 6 years since I last went to the RACQ Motorfest in Brisbane. As expected, this years event was just as good as the previous one which I attended. Hundreds of great cars on display with enough variety to appeal to every car lovers taste.
My favourites have always been the vintage cars.
"I Love Vintage Cars".
Below is just a sample of some of the cars that were on display.
Very early Rambler on the RACQ display
Love the large, single, brass headlight. But what a pain to keep that beauty polished.
"George" the 1934 Daimler Straight-Eight V26 Limousine.
This vehicle was used in the Coronation of King George V1.
"George" again with a nice little white MG in the background.
"Bertha" the 1955 R Series Bently Saloon.
Another classic luxury vehicle.
Can't get more stylish than this classic.
A 1928 Rolls Royce Phantom II.
What great lights.
The 6 Cylinder, 468 C.I. engine of the Rolls.
The Rolls Royce interior.
1929 Austin Seven Albert Sports
Nice moto meter made by Boyce on the Austin Seven Albert.
Another Austin Seven. Had a nice chat to the owner of this one. Very cute little car and wouldn't take up much space in the garage.
Austin Seven interior.
1933 Chevrolet pickup.
Appropriate number plate for a 1933 pickup. I wonder if they call her 'Pup'.
Beautiful 1932 Chevrolet Moonlight Speedster. Red really suits her.
Love the Moonlight Speedster's dicky seat, also known as a 'Mother In-Law Seat'. Wonder what it would be like riding up there?
Morgan 3 Wheeler.
I believe this one is a modern interpretation (first released in 2011) of the early ones, so not strictly vintage, but still a great looking car.
Definitely wouldn't want to run into the car in front of you in this.
Cosy sports interior of the Morgan.
Bobtail rear on the Morgan
Beautifully restored blue Chevrolet, possibly 1928.
She looks beautiful from all angles. Such a pretty car.
These classics are just a sample of what was there. Stay tuned and I'll share some more beauties in another post soon.