During the summer, weather permitting, there's a short daily parade of antique cars. It's great to see these old machines moving, like this 6 horsepower, 1903 De Dion-Bouton Model Q that was owned by the museum's founder.
Of the 8 cars in the parade, nearly all were over 50 years old, and most were way more than that. The only one that didn't start? A 2002 Jaguar XKR. Though in its defense, it was a highly modified one from the movie Die Another Day.
On the right, a Ford Model T from 1914. Next to it, a Vauxhall C-Type from 1915, aka the Prince Henry. The latter was only used for eight years, then stored. It's largely unrestored but in surprisingly great condition.
Six of these oranges were built for publicity for Outspan Orange company. The wheelbase is 60% of the Mini it's based on. Apparently 200 pounds of ballast was needed to keep it from flopping over in any sort of turn.
Another land speed record holder, the Sunbeam 1000 HP from 1927. It was the first car to go over 200 mph (322 kph). It was powered by two 22.4-liter V12 aircraft engines. It had, despite the name, around 900 hp.
Personally, this is my favorite Anglo-American matchup. I guess, Anglo-Italian-American is more accurate. With the still-stunning Vignale-designed body, a massive Chrysler V8, the Jenson Interceptor (also, great name) is one of my favorites and always a stunner.