The car thread
Yesterday I went to a Morgan event with my brother, in Assen, The Netherlands. It was great to see all those cute cars racing and just standing there being beautiful. A tiny impression:
There were a LOT of Morgans there, but also other cars.
The ugly squinting Morgan. There were about 5 of those present, in different colors.
This one even has a back seat, and even more leg space in the back than my car!
Racing Morgan. The ones that participated in the racing were very spartan with minimal interior, metal dashboards etc.
Morgan built a lot of threewheelers too, and they’re still building them today. This is a very old one.
There were also different cars. I guess Gamma (a big DIY chain) paid a lot to get their own race there. But who cares: they had some great cars there, as you can see!
Cool old cars.
Personally I drive a Fiesta, but mine can’t do this….
An adventure game is nothing more than a good story set with engaging puzzles that fit seamlessly in with the story and the characters, and looks and sounds beautiful.
Lovely Morgans, tsa! They have such pretty lines.
My father-in-law had a 3-wheel Morgan when he was young. He told the story of going full chat on the cobblestones in Newtownards, N. Ireland when he hit a patch of cow manure and spun down the main road. It happened to be market day, but he didn’t hit anyone nor anything, thank goodness.
“Where is the fountain that throws up these flowers in a ceaseless outbreak of ecstasy?”
Last Sunday I went to the Louwmann Museum; one of the largest personal collections of cars in the world. They had the Mercedes Silberpfeile on display there, borrowed from the Mercedes Museum in Germany.