Op de 30e september van 2012 werd de 12e Editie van de Midland Classic Show
gehouden, georganiseerd door de Stichting Vriendenkring Klassiekers.
Verwacht hier geen bijzondere exoten...
maar de wat meer eenvoudige klassiekers voor Jan & Alleman.
En dat is goed voor wat afwisseling...
Het gaat tenslotte ook om de sfeer en het samen genieten
van ons Cultureel rijdend Erfgoed nietwaar !?
Austin Maestro 1.6 Mayfair 1985
Victrace Retro Media Guestreporter Jan Miltenburg
was erbij en maakte de volgende foto's....
Kijk en Geniet maar even mee..
Austin 10 four seater Military Vehicle 1939
Austin Glider 1100
in diverse uitvoeringen en kleuren !
Austin A50 Westminster
MG MGB 1973
Net terug van vakantie...
Renault Fregatte Grand Pavois 1956
Renault Fregate / Renault R8 Major
Panhard Dyna Z12 1957
Trabant / DKW Auto Union 3=6
DKW Auto Union 1939
Mercedes Benzen met *Ster door-de.voorruit.
Triumph TR4 Sportscar
Triumph Herald...2011 in Oud-Vreeswijk :)
Reliant Robin Threewheeler
Midas Convertible ( Zandvoort 2012^)
Quantum 2+2 convertible
Quantum's first car was the Mark1 hatchback (also referred to as the Mk1
coupé) which was based on the Mark1 Ford Fiesta.
It reused all of the donor's mechanical and trim components in an elongated,
more rounded shape. Due to its reduced weight over the donor vehicle,
performance was significantly improved. The Coupé is unusual for low-
volume car manufacture in that it has a glass-reinforced plastic (grp)
monocoque rather than a separate metal chassis.
This approach relied upon the use of computer analysis to ensure that
structural rigidity would not be compromised, offering the strength
of a steel chassis but without the weight penalty.
The first Mark1 Quantum, bearing chassis number 001, was a development
mule and was subject to so much adjustment that the Wooldridge brothers
eventually decided the car would be too dangerous to keep on the road.
This car was therefore disposed of in landfill. Chassis 002 was later damaged
beyond repair in a head-on collision, so chassis 003 is now the oldest surviving
example of a Quantum model and the first to be sold, after a short period
being used for magazine tests and promotional materials.
To ensure this historic car survives, the Quantum Owners Club has acquired
this car and are in the process of restoring it. The last Mark1 Coupé produced,
chassis number 017, is also now owned by the club.
In 1991, a restyled version was introduced, now based on the Mark2 Ford
Fiesta with the rear-end shape changed from a hatchback to a saloon.
This and other styling revisions led to far greater sales success:
a total of 215 saloon models were produced before
that model also ceased production.
Sunbeam Alpine /Renault CV4
Automobielen van allerlei "Pluimage" => Merken..
Ford,Volvo, Porsche, Triumph
Datsun 280 Z 2+2 1977
Glas V-8 Powered !!
The Glas V8 is a middle class four door saloon produced
by Hans Glas GmbH at Dingolfing.
The car was first presented in September 1965 at the Frankfurt Motor Show.
The V8 shared its wheelbase with the company’s existing Glas 1700 sedan,
which resulted in long overhangs at each and which some commentators felt
compromised the aesthetics of the striking design and the car’s road holding.
Glas 1300 GT Sportcoupe
"Ruig" Daf Vrachtauto
Je kon ook met de bus mee...
"What's in a Name ?"
Brentwood Coaches - Guy Arab 1952
Fiat 500 C Giardiniera "woody" 1951
Fiat 500 "brandweerwagen"/Fiat 600 "racertje"/Fiat 850 Coupe
Ford Taunus (buckel) 10 M 1950
Austin Maestro 1.6 Mayfair 1985
Guestreporter: Jan Miltenburg.