Monday, 20 April 2009

Toot toot!

I have a covetous eye upon the vehicle above, an Alvis TF21,a rather understated classic that I like to think of as resembling myself in its subtle styling! O.K. now you have stopped laughing you have to admit its rather an attractive conveyance and would be a suitable vehicle for a man of my station......O.K. you can start laughing again.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Mmmm dribble dribble,I like those sort of toys,I suppose you would need a petrol (gas) tanker following you with leaded petrol (gas),I only put in the gas for our colonials.

Anonymous said...

PS it looks as if it should be a Bentley it's got that styling.

Thud said...

It has that kind of look but much much cheaper...a good thing!

madbadninky said...

My, my, weren't you a detective in one of those 1960's telly programmes(the saint, the Avengers, Jason King, etc)?...What happened to the good ol'H5 bus into HUYTON?
Tim

Thud said...

I loved the old h buses...I'm getting ideas above my station I think.

The Machiavellian said...

I needed a new car recently. My 2000 Olds Intrigue had over a 100,000 and was going to need some $$$ poured into it. It was a good car.

I was really enamored with the Pontiac G8. The 3.6 V-6 from the Caddy put out 250hp, rear wheel drive, great interior. http://origin-pontiac-preprod.pnangis.gm.com/byoCustomizeVehicle.do?year=2009&title=G8&brand=g8&pvc=207&styleId=297487&evar10=byo_path_buildbytrim

Then my mom decided to buy a new car and she offered her 2000 Buick LeSabre to me.

It only had 28,000 miles on it.

It is a nice car, but, but, but I think I just lowered the average owner age of LeSabres by 25 years : )

Vinogirl said...

Please don't start wearing French Cuffs a la Peter Wyngarde.

WV Toxterth :)

DirtCrashr said...

Swell looking ride, how fast does it go? :-) Keep the elegant wire wheels but slap some sticky rubber on there, and beef up the anti-sway bars. Ditch the triple SU's and run EFI for more fun! Thunderbirds are GO!