The front of a Land Rover 90.
The back was open, to show off the engine, which fills the entire back of the car, including where the back seats would normally be. A V6 engine in a Clio.
I had to walk all the way round the car to find the only wheel where the spokes were lined up so the brake callipers could be seen.
A luxury Allegro. What a strange idea.
I remember when this meant luxury. It was like ‘Ghia’ for Austin cars. In this case, the great Allegro. Used the Daily Vitamin filter in onOne Perfect Effects, with a little added local contrast.
I can’t remember what car this was. Update: @adrianoconnor says it’s probably a Lotus Esprit. He’s probably right, which is a bit disturbing. The Esprit is probably one of the most amazing-looking cars ever made, and this is the picture…
The badge of a Singer car, along with some funky bokeh.
The front of an old Jaguar, at the Mid Devon Show. Processed with onOne’s Perfect Effects. Maybe all photographers go through a phase of adding silly borders to everything. It certainly looks that way on Flickr, and I’ve never liked…
The bonnet of a Daimler, at the Mid Devon Show
Jaguar Badge, taken at the Mid Devon Show.