Bill Richardson Transport World in Invercargill

Walking through Bill Richardson Transport World in Invercargill I overheard someone say to his mate “You could spend a month in here”, “Yeah, I could”, the mate replied. He obviously really likes trucks, I don’t particularly but I’d been at Transport World for two hours and there was still plenty to see.

1937 Ford - 79, an exact replica of the first Ford owned by the Richardson family

1937 Ford – 79, an exact replica of the first Ford owned by the Richardson family

Bill Richardson was a Southland businessman with a passion for trucks, he bought his first from his grandfather in 1967 – a 1933 International D1. In 1976 his collection of trucks and … Read the rest

Classics Museum in Hamilton

Plenty of Kiwi blokes have sheds, but not many sheds house a multi million dollar collection of classic cars and automobilia. Hamilton businessman Tom Andrews has turned his shed into the Classics Museum at 11 Railside Place. We counted more than 60 cars plus motor bikes, petrol station memorabilia, and a treasure trove of bonnet emblems, badges, tricycles and pedal cars. The vehicles on display come from the Andrews’s private collection as well as car clubs.

1947 Packard painted Envy Green

1947 Packard painted Envy Green

I’ve picked a selection of some of the more unusual vehicles in the museum like the 1964 Model 770 … Read the rest