Discussion in 'The Barracks' started by James S, Jun 14, 2009.
Caught these badies at Port en Bassin.
Nice cars....Did any Rallye over from the UK or are they a from mainland Euro?
No idea Andy , I think these are all French owned , from the number of folks admiring them sale could have been had for all of them .
Vintage rather than classic, hope that's allowed.
Visiting some mates in Sitges near Barcelona last year (a town famous for an entirely different kind of 'cruising' apparently) we just happened to get a day when the Catalonian equivalent of the London to Brighton run was on -
Rallye Sitges - Gran premi audi Barcelona - Sitges 51e Rallye internacional de coches de epoca.
Far too bloody hot and crowded to get out from the shade and take shots of multiple beautiful Hispano-Suizas and a fair number of 100+ year old runners, but I did grab a few pics of some parked up:
This Mercedes arrived with a lady passenger dressed in prewar flapper gear with a drum magazine Thompson resting on her lap...
Fire engine with Spanish civil war Heritage:
A corner of Catalonia that is forever Luton:
Bugatti again, with very early beast (Renault?) in the background:
I want one, or two! Okay... Three.
My preference would be the first Aston Martin of the last Porsche which looks the same model as the one driven in 48 hours by Eddie Murphy.
The black one for me
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