Last one of the year. Business School Carpark, Hackett Drive, UWA https://www.classiccarsandcoffee.com/
1988 Classic Tiffany. A custom exotic built in the 1980s for celebrities and those wishing to 'make a statement.'
I took the DKW along. It hasn't been out for some time, in fact not since I had the fuel pump and carburetor replaced. It had been getting harder and harder to start for quite a while, which I had put down to lack of use. It turned out that the vacuum fuel pump was barely functioning. I had a new pump membrane put in. After a little tuning and cleaning of the carburetor the performance has returned. I am thinking of installing an electric fuel pump however.
The Cadillac contingent arrive
Peter Briggs arrives in his 1929 Bentley. What a beast.
The original Renault Alpine (left) and the modern version (right).
I think this is a Toyota Crown?
Rolls Royce Phantom II
The Chevrolet Corvair is an extremely underrated car. Despite everything said about it, it is a real pleasure to drive and handles exceptionally well.
Lamborghinis glowing in the Perth sun
A very fine Holden EK stationwagon
The owner has done an exceptional job
Slough (British) built Citroen Traction Avant with a Jaguar XK120
The Traction Avant is a great car.
Another lovely Austin 7
Replica of the 1936 Mercedes-Benz SSK
1938 Ford V8 Phaeton
Ford Model A
The immortal Ford Mustang
1942 Dodge Hemi
This was a very fine car in original condition
1957 Chevrolet and a Ford van
Being the biggest Classic Cars and Coffee of the year, people tended to arrive early and correspondingly left early. Apparently there were 750 vehicles in attendance - a good result. So, that wraps up 2020. Here's to 2021!
Next year's Classic Cars and Coffee Sunday 24th January 2021