Monday, 12 October 2015

THROUGH MY LENS - Car Rally at Seaforde Working Vintage Club and Farm Machinery Video (Part 7)

This is my penultimate post of cars and a video of working machinery with the final post being published on Wednesday.  You still have time to choose a car of your liking.  Thanks to those who gave me their choice last time.  It is always interesting why people choose a particular car. I photographed these cars as I sat down to have my lunch of sandwiches.











Someone commented last week that they would travel from Canada to buy one of these cars!!  Now is your chance!!!




This gentleman was working a machine that made sheaves. 
You will see that on the video below.  







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I hope you enjoyed seeing even more cars and I wonder if you had a favourite today?

I am linking this post with THOUGHT MY LENS.

Many thanks for visiting and also to those who leave comments.

27 comments:

  1. Thanks for the visit. That sheaf maker looks to be working as well as the baler here. Be quicker and neater to tie them by hand but not half as much fun.

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    1. HI Adrian You know Adrain, I thought the exact same thing when I was there,in fact ittook me a minute or two to realise what the machine was doing but then I thought it you would not get the exercise of walking back and forth from one end of the machine to the other adn as you say, it is more fun using the machine. I spoke quite a bit to this gentelman and he was so lovely.

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  2. I've enjoyed seeing the old cars. They're prettier than our modern cars. :-)

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    1. Hally I Gunilla I totally agree. If I knew how to mantain one of these cars, I would buyone and use it every day.

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  3. Old cars have much more charm than the modern monstrosities. I hope you had some posh sandwiches. Some of those cars seem to demand smoked salmon - or cucumber sandwiches at the very least.

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  4. Those cars are stupendous, I love the second one, beautiful.

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  5. Great photos and fascinating video, thank you Margaret. How I would enjoy driving one of those old cars and the portrait shots of the gentleman with that wonderful beard are great too.

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  6. Hi Margaret, I don't like cars: modern or classic. But will admire them for their ascetic value! Rina has a car very similar to the third one (with Mexico under the driver window) and she loves old "Grandma"! Now if I had to choose one from above it would be the squat black one (second image) or the grey one which looks similar. I love the sheaf-making machinist. Quite an eccentric looking character. Have a great day. Jo

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  7. neat cars and I do love the close up of the gentleman making the Sheaves...

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  8. Great shots - these kinds of shows are always a great source of images.

    Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne

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  9. The Noddy car in the first photo is kit car based on the MG Midget/ Austin Healy Sprite and dates back to the late 1960's/1970's. Sad there were no Minis shown as just the Grey Hornet which is Mini based. Great selection of Classics

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  10. The little red sporty number in the first photo will do me just fine :) Another lovely selection of photos. One of the cars looks like a Wolseley Hornet my OH had one of those when I met him!

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  11. Hello Margaret, awesome collection of vintage cars. Thanks for sharing your visit. Happy Monday, enjoy your new week!

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  12. These are lovely old cars and so well maintained.

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  13. These are such grand shots!!! I love these old cars - now THAT was CLASS!
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  14. Very cool pictures .. Nice collection series of cars .. Congratulations and greetings

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  15. I love the designs of older cars myself. Great video.

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  16. Great old cars! And I love the sheaves machine! Bringing in the Sheaves! Love it!

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  17. Bringing in the sheaves---an old gospel hymn. Sort of like a hay baler.
    MB

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  18. Nice to se old cars from other places ,nette

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  19. It's wonderful to see these cars. Thanks.

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  20. Some blasts from the past there...............

    Those vintage cars make me think of 1970's sitcoms for some reason.

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  21. I don't know about having a favorite...I like them all. Interesting video, too.

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  22. a great collection of cars!!! i think that beard is soooooo cool but i would not want my husband to have it!!!!!

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  23. So colourful and well maintained cars.

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