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Gorgeous! I love old rusty cars with real patina.
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I've lived in Oregon for more than 16 years now. This year I finally got around to attending the Forest Grove Concours d'Elegance. There were numerous wonderful cars there, many worth a small fortune. But the car that really tickled me was was this lovely 1968 Triumph TR250 that I spied sitting in the shade.

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Yup but difficult to dig out of the mud and get home for a bit of work on them...


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Minor detail!

Shot this 1938 Ford 85 Flathead V8 truck interior on my Linhof the other day. Boy is it stunning.

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I've lived in Oregon for more than 16 years now. This year I finally got around to attending the Forest Grove Concours d'Elegance. There were numerous wonderful cars there, many worth a small fortune. But the car that really tickled me was was this lovely 1968 Triumph TR250 that I spied sitting in the shade.
The dappled light emphasizes the shine and shapes, fine photo of a gorgeous Triumph! I had my 1965 Corvair Corsa Turbo in the concours at Forest Grove many years ago, along with some others of our Seattle-area group, CORSA Northwest (CORvair Society of America).
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The dappled light emphasizes the shine and shapes, fine photo of a gorgeous Triumph! I had my 1965 Corvair Corsa Turbo in the concours at Forest Grove many years ago, along with some others of our Seattle-area group, CORSA Northwest (CORvair Society of America).
Thanks! A number of years ago I was seriously looking into buying a 2nd gen Corvair. My parents had owned both a 1st gen and a 2nd gen back when they were new. Unfortunately the 2nd gen was totaled after another driver ran a stop sign and slammed into us as we were headed down a country road just outside of town. They are neat cars with a design that really stood apart from GMís other offerings.
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My favouritest pick up truck (it's close enough) of all time starting its return to roadworthiness. The body will be left largely untouched, the interior restored partially (got to have something to sit on) and the engine plan has yet to be decided - the original truck flathead will need a lot of work and probably be a bit slow; but a later, larger 4.2 French flathead with lots of trimmings might be de trop. Some glass without bullet holes would also be useful...

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Pick ups are interesting as a lot of makers did small runs of them; I once saw a Morris Marina pick-up and then there's other variations like the old Jaguar (60's etc) as estate cars and so on.


All good harmless fun until you buy one...


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My very own 1971 Mercedes W114 250CE in Arab Gray, Brunhilde. Took her out to a meet for the first time in a year (fan belt alignment problem) and she drove flawlessly. Shot on Fuji 400H with my Mamiya RB67, the film giving a fabulous rendering of her colour (which is about 18% grayscale in the shade - doubly useful!).

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My favouritest pick up truck (it's close enough) of all time starting its return to roadworthiness. The body will be left largely untouched, the interior restored partially (got to have something to sit on) and the engine plan has yet to be decided - the original truck flathead will need a lot of work and probably be a bit slow; but a later, larger 4.2 French flathead with lots of trimmings might be de trop. Some glass without bullet holes would also be useful...

Just saw this. Having done a couple of ground up restorations in my lifetime, mostly by myself, the thought of tackling this, at least at my age, gives me the willies. I admire your ambition and willingness to truly make the world a better, grander place by restoring a bit of what was lost to the ravages of time and careless ownership. Hope to see pix of the final result in this millennium.
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Sorry Larry - I should have been clearer that it's a friend's workshop truck, which he's restoring. I've no role at all other than the odd photo. I've restored close to 4 cars now - the Mercedes above in post 1734 was fully restored for me - but the desire (and madness) has been exorcised. No more car restorations from me!
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Charles, that makes more sense to me now. I had taken a look at the lovely Mercedes in 1734, noted the high quality of the repaint on that one, and thought to myself, there’s no way the person who did this is ever going to be satisfied with leaving the body of that truck “largely untouched”, no matter what promises they make to themselves at the beginning. One thing leads to another once you get started, and it’s a rare person who can quit half way. It’s just two different ways of approaching a restoration.
Thanks for the clarification, would still like to see pix once the truck is done, even if, were it me, suffering with my own set of resto-demons, it would only be semi-done.
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I'd like to see more shots of that M-B. It looks great.

That color reminds me of the glossy gray I see on some other new vehicles; Jeep Wranglers come to mind immediately but I am sure there are others. An unusual color but it sure stands out from the typical black that is on so many other cars, at least around here.
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I know, I know, but I am thinking about getting another. After the Austin Seven (and I don't know how many others before it) the next target is an early Jag XJ6 or 420 (not 420G). I'll need to sell some Leicas but they have become cupboard stuffing of late.

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I'd like to see more shots of that M-B. It looks great.
I've never really got round to doing a full photoshoot of her, but a few more. I took months to decide upon the colour but the original white with a hint of grey was horrible. Arabergrau is a 60s colour and I felt it worked well with the interior and just looked period. Now, some 3 years on, flat colours are everywhere.

The car belonged to my neighbour and it was in a terrible state, propping up his model railway. He meant as a retired mechanic to restore it but after 25 years and failing health simply wanted someone to take her on. The most expensive car I've ever been given for nothing! Almost there now, a few bits of tuning and some trim but the rest is sorted. The paint is stunning - it was finished with McClaren carbon fibre lacquer so shines bright.










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Looks great, Charles! Congrats on the fine outcome of what I'm sure was a huge effort. I've fully restored only one in my time and that was enough.
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Lovely Mercedes, Charles! From the double front bumper, it looks like a 250, right?


I was a big Mercedes fan back in the '60s, and the /8 series, including your coupe, was especially fine.


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Wow, if that runs half as good as it looks it must be a real pleasure to drive.
Good choice on the color too as it looks great with that interior color.
Thanks for sharing the pictures with us.
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With inspiration from Charles' lovely restoration, here's another Mercedes-Benz. Not mine, and not in restored condition, but just a few years older than Charles' W114.

Mercedes-Benz 230 W110.011 - Second series (1965–1968).

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Lovely Heckflosse!

Mine drives very well now - a rare 5 speed manual helps - but I've lowered her a little and fitted uprated shocks. As a result she goes where you point her in real time, rather than body following steering wheel with a seconds delay. I converted her to modern fuel injection so there's been a steep learning curve for tuning and mapping. She's the first I set out to restore, at least I knew it at the start rather than discovering with my 1949 Allard that the "restored" car needing everything renewing.

Thanks all for positive comments, I spent 2 years of my life on her and she'll be getting a lot more use when I move house, hopefully later this year. The heavily congested South East of England is no fun in an old car without electric windows or aircon!

Her name is Brunhilde (I'm heavily into Wagner and felt that as I'd rescued her from 25 years sleeping, and I'd love to sing Siegfried, that was the only possible name). Here she is with young Billy, a great friend and an immensely talented mechanic who is helping me with the tuning, and his wonderful, super bright girlfriend Molly - in this case the car is not the star!

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Agreed. That combination looks fantastic.
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Lovely Mercedes, Charles! From the double front bumper, it looks like a 250, right?


I was a big Mercedes fan back in the '60s, and the /8 series, including your coupe, was especially fine.


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Indeed - 250CE. My first ride ever was in a 1975 /8 280e, driven by a mad German. At 11 I'd never been in an airconditioned car before, or one with leather, and he hit 130mph on the Ostia autostrada. So I love having a W114 now!
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Indeed - 250CE. My first ride ever was in a 1975 /8 280e, driven by a mad German. At 11 I'd never been in an airconditioned car before, or one with leather, and he hit 130mph on the Ostia autostrada. So I love having a W114 now!

Charles, I envy you that one! Enjoy it all you can.


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If there are two posts in a row with VW Type 2 Kombis, does that make it a Kombi combo?

Volkswagen Type 2, Second generation (T2; 1967Ė1979).

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