Starting in 1956 I decided I needed a car to help me on my way.
As I've always wanted a Ferrari what better that this Ferrari 410 Super American which made its debut at the 1956 Turin Motor Show.
If that's not to your taste then how about joining me in a pink Cadillac:
1956 Cadillac Series 5-6019X (60 Special Sedan) at Sinsheim Auto & Technick Museum, Sinsheim/Germany - By Gamsbart (C C ASA 3.0 Unported License)
But how could I resist travelling in my first car, a Morris Minor like this:
By Charles01 - CC ASA 3.0 License
This Morris Minor is from March 1956 the year before it became the Morris Minor 1000. The original car had semaphore-style indicators, but the car in the picture has been modified to include flashing indicators.
If like me you are getting older and fear having to use a Zimmer frame, perhaps you would prefer this American made classic car:
Zimmer American made classic car - by Ammar Shaker
I don't know about you but by this time I'm in need of a drink so we'll stop off in Germany again:
Tempo Hanseat (1949 - 1956) in livery of Alt beer brewery UERIGE, Duesseldorf, Germany
(By Detectandpressure - CC ASA 3.0 Unported License)
Then we arrive back in England in a modern(?) car driving away from the Stroud Road Coop, the former Gloucester Cooperative Store:
(By David Stowell - geograph.org.uk - CC ASA 2.0 Generic License)
However we have to go Australia for our final stop:
Fisherman's Coop on Stanley Street, South Brisbane ca 1930. The Fisherman's Cooperative fish shop next to a butcher's shop and a hotel - ex John Oxley Library, State Library of Queensland.
I hope they have spare rooms at the hotel to cope with all the sepia-saturday-65 guests.