Sometimes when you make decisions you don’t quite know why you make them but obviously there was a helping hand in making those decisions for you. Sunday was something like this for me. In past weeks I had visited Westfield Carindale for coffee on Sunday but did kind of think a change would be nice.
Ironically it was kind of last-minute that instead of a change I opted for doing the same as the past few weeks. It was not until I walked in the door and caught a glimpse of one of these cars below that I knew why unconsciously I had made that choice. The reason all this is important is that I have spotted at least four of these cars a few times in recent weeks. It was only on Sunday seeing them lined up as they are in the photo below that I got context for the collection.
The cars were on display as part of an event called “The Cars of Kitten D’Amour.” Kitten D’Amour is an Australian based fashion brand that takes inspiration from 18th century France. If you take a look at their Instagram feed, some of these cars are often part of the photos there. All five of these cars are in absolutely immaculate condition.
1959 Chevrolet Corvette
1967 Mustang Convertible
1967 Shelby GT500
1956 Ford Thunderbird
1967 Shelby GT500
I am absolutely not going to profess to be anyone that knows all that much about cars. But I do know when I see a very nice car in great condition, and all of these cars definitely fit that description. If I had to pick a favourite myself, I would have to go with the blue 1967 Mustang Convertible. However, that particular choice is much more based on the colour than anything else. I would love to hear in the comments below which of these cars if your favourite.
I know that cars are not something that I have shared here in the past. However, do know that from time to time I see some rather nice cars in displays like this or at other meets. So I would like to know if the readers here would be interested in seeing more posts like this. Just let me know in the comments below and I will be sure to grab the camera out the next time I see some classics.