If your Ford had a Matthew McConaughey, it would be a Lincoln

Big British Dump.

The Texas All British Car Show was today. I went, I saw, I got wet. Here are my photos.

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The Triumph folks seemed to be the first to file in. Everybody else was asleep I guess.

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There is something about the way the British put together machines - they always look just right. Whether it’s a steam locomotive, an ocean liner, or a sports car, there is something about the way everything sits together just right.

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It was a misty morning, but for a while it seemed to be clearing up.

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Archaic MG sports cars began to appear.

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And Jaguars.

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Love that tread.

And Rovers. The Land sort of Rovers.

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Lever shocks, and Lucas...

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Definitively British. And suddenly, so was the weather...

If they had made the whole car out of rubber instead of just the bumpers they wouldn’t even need a top.
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British cars may not like to work in the rain, but they certainly look good in it.

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The rain didn’t stop more cars coming.

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This Wolseley convertible was one of only 57 built. Mechanically it is the same as the British Mini.

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Wolseley might be the most British of all possible British car names.

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bonus points if you can spot the saab.

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