Melbourne, April 2012
Riding high in a Range Rover. Off to the game reserve somewhere down by the big river.
I think I have bull bar envy.
Westgate Freeway, March 2012
“Anything but average” the Leyland P76. It won wheels car of the year 1973. Under 20,000 were produced. You could fit a 44 gallon drum in the boot. Last produced in NZ in 1975.
This one has mag wheels and could be the best Leyland P76 in Australia.
Location: Mt. Buller
Astrid’s friend was so excited that things were going so well on their all girl car spotting trip to Mt. Buller that she simply would not get out of the photos.
Damn her and her untempered enthusiasm for the ANOCSC.
We did notice the FB hood ornament was missing from this particular vehicle. The ANOCSC believe that decent hood ornaments always add greatly to the appeal of any vehicle.
Black Rock, April 2012
Another Renault! It amazing how many ANOCSC members have spotted over the last few weeks. This one is a 10… well that is its model designation. While the rest of the world tried to reduce front overhang the French added length…
I don’t really like croissants, but driving a French car will possibly make you more interesting and popular:
Somewhere in Tassie, March 2012
Spotter: Robbie Mac
Robbie Mac was on a trip to Tassie on official ANOCSC business when he spotted this beauty out of the corner of his eye. Always the professional spotter he clambered into the back seat of his chauffeur driven town car and whipped off a few shots and this was the result. Perfect spotting – with dramatic movement and placement outside a petrol station. Thank you Rob.
Ashburton Mar 2012
A favourite of the ANOCSC. Fantastic example of early 1980’s sign writing. Note the period perfect alterations to the phone number on the drivers door – also the circular “aquarius” sticker between the drivers door and side window – and faded white and green number plates. The aerial has a fantastic rake to it. All perfect period details.