Down near the creek, amongst the gum trees, wattles and the never ending privet lives the Continental Roadster. Circa mid 1930s, my dad bought it in the fifties. It was his first car.
Researching the car, I found that while around 4,000 were made worldwide the company disappeared during the Great Depression. While predominately sold in America, many were assembled here in Australia. Of it's life before it arrived at my parents house, well I never thought to ask my dad who he bought it from.
For the past sixty years the bottom of the paddock has been it's home. As for selling, well there is too much history and heartstrings attached to part with this beauty. So it will remain the home of the water lizards and the blue tongues, the red backs and the privet.