Hopefully you're not tired of pictures from the Vintage Revival yet as here are some more.......
|This 1919 GN /1908 JAP v8 aero engine|
hybrid was put together in the late '90s and
was probably the most photographed vehicle of
|And no wonder for it is a truly amazing beast|
and very photogenic to boot.
|Tim Gunn of Gunn and Co brought along this Cyclemaster|
built up in a style that I guess you might call rat rod cyclemotor.
It gave me a few ideas but I should shy away from any more
projects, enough on the go already!
|Tim Gunn also brought along this faux veteran powered by a|
Chinese cyclemotor engine. It looked the part and ran nicely.
|Sweet detail on the cyclemotor petrol tank.|
|Detail on a Bedelia cyclecar.|
|And the steering on a Bedelia. It genuinely|
could not be simpler. Sorry the pic is the wrong
way round, for some reason blogger just wanted
to put it that way..
|Drive belt on the Bedelia.|
|And rear view. An incredibly narrow track.|
|And the full beast. Looks like fun!|
|Unusual to see a blue Indian.|
|Unknown and very diminutive cyclecar.|
|A strange beast. The badge on the bonnet says|
|Motive force for the Villand is a JAP v twin|
unit driving through the front wheel by chain
with hub centre steering.
|The drive arrangement on the Villand in close up.|
|Motosacoche ioe v twin.|
|Koehler Escoffier veteran era ohv v twin. Gorgeous.|
|Another Monet et Goyon Automouche.|
|Also by Monet & Goyon, this invalid tricycle being given a|
mild push by a Wall Autowheel produced under license by
Monet & Goyon.
|View of the Monet & Goyon's inlet over exhaust|
|Very grand veteran New Hudson v twin.|
|Veteran Griffon v twin.|
|A pair of veteran BSAs being started up. The one to the fore|
was in exceptionally original condition.
|Rene Gillet v twin.|
|Neracar in front of the Rene Gillet.|
|Stunning AJS R10 combo as seen out on the track.|
|French MGC with an unusual aluminium frame. The tank and|
top spine of the frame is one large casting.