Oh, boy, where to start???
My husband and I were both bitten by the Triumph bug before we met (actually HOW we met), we both love vehicles that are different and we both have no restraint!!!
1945 Ford 2N tractor
(the 'lil workhorse around the property)
1947 Simca 5
(just sold it, sniff, sniff)
1948 1800 Roadster
1951 Dodge B3B Pickup
(basically restored but still in pieces--Brad's working on it right now)
1953 Triumph Mayflower
(just sold this one, but have another two-one parts car and one with an MG drive train, of all things! Don't ask me why--I would really like to know, too. We bought it like that, for the body.)
1953 1-ton panel
(when restored, we will tow the Excella car hauler with this)
1954 Wagemaker Wolverine
(cool 14' wooden boat)
1956 TR3 based Devin
(awesome fiberglass car most people race--it's for sale)
1957 TR3 Vintage Racer
(given to me on Valentine's Day! Upcoming restoration project.)
1960 John Deere 440 ICD Crawler
(needs engine rebuild)
(Brad's soon-to-be daily driver)
(no longer a project--sold most of the parts and stuff)
1963 Case 530CK Backhoe
(corral-cleaning and yard-filling duties)
1963 TR4 Vintage Racer
(was to be my next racecar, but I am happy with my Spitfire!)
1964 Spitfire 4
(Brad restored this completely and it wins concours)
(my favorite! Can't wait to get it restored!!!)
(for sale--mostly complete & possibly running)
1967 Spitfire Vintage Racer
(my vintage racecar "Tristan")
1968 Spitfire MK3
(my street driver, also for sale)
1968 Ford F600 Utility Dumper
(corral-cleaning and dump duties)
1969 Spitfire MK3
(my next street Spitfire)
1974 Airstream Excella 500
(totally gutted; to be a two-car hauler)
1980 TR7 Spider
(my next daily driver--engine is rebuilt and it is almost ready to go)
1980 TR7 Anniversary Edition
(parts car for the Spider--we also have a coupe)
1983 Winnebago Brave
(our SOB--also for sale)
Triumph TR250 project
1979 Jeep Cherokee (full-size, two-door and for sale)
1988 Ford F250 diesel (current big TV)
1994 Honda Civic EX (Brad's daily driver and current toad)
2002 Dodge Dakota (my daily driver & current smaller TV)
I sold my beloved sport bike (1988 Kawasaki EX500) for a concrete garage floor when we moved to Arkansas, sniff sniff. Sport bikes and gravel roads really don't go together...
Along with all of this insanity, we have a 1959
Triumph Tigress scooter (bears used to ride on these in the circus!), a Triumph Tina scooter (smaller than the Tigress but similar), several assorted mopeds, my two Honda Hawk 400 motorcycles (one Hondamatic, one regular shift), two golf carts, a couple Spitfire parts cars, a couple Triumph bicycles (get the theme here????), a Schwinn Spitfire cruiser bicycle, and a super-cool 1949 Batavus moped that looks like Batman would ride it. I don't have a pic of it here but can post one later.
We had a Corvair rampside pickup project we recently sold. That was the coolness. You could load stuff in the side of the truck bed with a built-in ramp.
We both realized we have WAYYYY too much stuff to ever get to before we both pass on, so we are lightening our load by selling what we can bear to and keeping the really special ones (that would include Big Al, our 310.
Moosetags, is that a GT6 peeping out from behind your gorgeous Isetta? I want to paint our Isetta yellow, too--it's so cheerful! We are both dying to eventually get a Delorean! One day...
bhappy, we are trying to make it down for Wheels and Keels! It looks awesome, but we have not been able to make it the last few years due to other things going on.