Ad of the week: Fiat 1100

This is a really odd Fiat ad for the 1100. The text covers some of its features, but the picture and the reference to the tolls is bizarre. Obviously they are staying it is so fuel efficient that tolls won’t be a problem.

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Ad of the week: Mercedes 230SL

This is a great Ad for the W113 230SL depicting it as a temptress preying on well heeled men. It would been seen as Sexist today but I think it is rather clever and fits in well with the car.

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Ad of the week: Jaguar Mk2 3.8

This ad show the Mk2 3.8l Jaguar for the US market. It is a rather odd ad in that it depicts the car in some kind of storm, but the car is so small you can hardly see it. The Styling and performance are the two big buying reasons for the 3.8 mk2 and this […]

The new Gosford Car Museum

The Gosford Car museum just opened, and Australia now has a classic car museum to rival some of the museums of the world. Having been to some great Museums around the world, this one certainly holds its own. I was able to accompany the RROC and explore the museum. Plenty of the cars on the […]

Rolls Royce Club club drive to the Gosford Car Musem

Today I was fortunate enough to join the Rolls Royce club for their drive to the new Gosford Car Museum. I am not a member of the club but was invited by a friend who is. I had wanted to visit the new museum since it opened a few weeks ago and a drive up […]

Ad of the week: Citroen DS Aerodynamic Styling

This Citroen Ad from 1963 covers a key selling point of the DS which was that its Aerodyamic Styling allows it to have a fairly small engine giving good fuel consumption but still allowing a 100mph top speed. This shows a 2nd nose DS and shows various streamlining features that allow this performance and fuel […]

2010 Arthritis Auto Show – Columbus Ohio

In July 2010 I went to the Arthritis Auto show in Columbus Ohio. As I understand it this show raises money for the Arthritis foundation and there was a really great selection of cars on display. I was living in Detroit, Michigan at the time and so it was about a four hour drive each […]