|This is a Daimler, a precursor to the Mercedes Benz|
Hello, Ducky! Sorry I haven't been around lately. Had to deal with some family issues and it has left me drained. All is well. But if I have not returned your email or phone call, please know that it isn't because I don't care. I have to hibernate sometimes to deal with sensory overload.
Last week end, my Jimmy took me to a local car show. It was about 25 miles north of us, I think, in old downtown Alpharetta.
This was an all British show. I get my love of cars from my father, I think. Although not a rich man, he has owned least one of these different brands except for the Rolls Royce, in his lifetime. He loved all cars though so it would be hard to catalog all of them.
When I was of driving age, he gave me his MG midget, and later, his MGB, both in British racing green and both convertibles. What fun it was to drive them!
|MGB, don't know the year, sorry.|
|1933 (?) Rolls Royce|
|Another Jag, different model.|
|Back wheel of Allard|
|Front Wheel of Allard. Look at the shine!|
|And the hood.|
|A sign along the way|
|I think this is an MGA. What a beauty!|
It would surely be a death trap.
|Another Random Sign|
|A custom MGB|
|An old MG|
|MG Hatch back|
|Looks like my old one except for the color|
|A Bug eyed Sprite. Jim loves this one.|
Last of all the Red Rolls Royce. I didn't like this because the color I think cheapens it. But somebody is having fun with it. Notice the Grey Poupon on the tray in the backseat?
|Oops! I didn't get a full side view.|
Peace and love of Jesus be with you today and always!