Weekly Photo Challenge: Heritage

In response to the WordPress Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge: Heritage

This week, share a photo of something that says heritage ….

Wolseley Classic Car
1938 Wolseley 25 D.H.C. 3485 cc classic British car in a beautiful welsh landscape
Wolseley Motors
British motor vehicle Wolseley Hornet a six-cylinder twelve fiscal horsepower lightweight automobile which was offered as a saloon car, coupé and open two-seater as well as the usual rolling chassis for bespoke coachwork. Produced by Wolseley Motors Limited from 1930 to 1936, the Hornet was unveiled to the public at the end of April 1930
Austin 7
Austin 7. Produced from 1922 until 1939, one of the most popular cars ever produced for the British market, and sold well abroad. It wiped out most other British small cars and cycle cars in the early 1920s
Morgan Sports Car
The Morgan Motor Company is a family-owned British motor car manufacturer that was founded in 1910 by Henry Frederick Stanley Morgan.
Vintage Motors
Red Lagonda LG45R Rapide 4.5 ltr Le Mans / TT Replica 1937
Austin Healey 100
The Austin-Healey 100 is a sports car that was by Austin-Healey built from 1953 until 1956. The 100 was named by Healey for the car’s ability to reach 100 mph (160 km/h);
Ferrari 328 GTS
A beautiful Italian classic 1987 Ferrari 328 GTS 3185 cc
Vintage Day
1924 Vauxhall 30-98 Tourer with Lancaster bomber and Supermarine Spitfire overhead
Bentley 1924
1924 Bentley 4398cc
Iris Tourer 1912
Iris was a British car brand that was manufactured from 1906-1925 by Legros & Knowles Ltd in Willesden, London and Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire. The Iris cars were luxury vehicles with large, water-cooled four-cylinder in-line engines. A striking feature of all models was the diamond shaped radiator grill.
Sunbeam Talbot Darracq
The Anglo-French STD (Sunbeam-Talbot-Darracq) combine collapsed in 1935. The French Talbot company was acquired and reorganised by Venetian-born engineer Antonio Lago and after that, the “Talbot-Lago” name was used internationally. On the home market the cars still bore the Talbot badge they had carried since 1922, which was when, in France, the “Talbot-Darracq” name had given way to “Talbot”. At the same time, the British interests of Talbot were taken over by the Rootes Group and the parallel use of the Talbot brand in France and Britain ended. Talbot-Lago cars sold in Britain were now to be badged as Darracqs.
Spitfire Parade
Spitfire Mk. IX, serial no. EN398, JE-J Personal aircraft of W/Cdr Johnnie Johnson, commanding officer of the Kenley Wing Summer 1943 The Supermarine Spitfire is a British single-seat fighter aircraft that was used by the Royal Air Force and many other Allied countries before, during and after the Second World War. Introduced in 1938

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