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A Coffee and Chrome with a difference! This month featured a bit of almost everything - from Vintage and Veteran
Melbourne Exotics Dealer Zagame has recently taken over the Ferrari Dealership in Adelaide. They invited everybody with a Supercar to
I’m sure that anyone who has followed Motor Racing for a while has heard of the Legendary Brooklands, the world’s
A Recent Trip to England provided the opportunity to visit the internationally acclaimed Beaulieu Motor Museum, which is located in
I had to attend to some maintenance on a vehicle in the fabulous Australian National Motor Museum (Birdwood Mill) recently,
One of the regular Coffee & Chrome groups decided to try out a new venue, the streets of Port Adelaide,
I went down to another Coffee and Chrome event today, at the Mile End HomeMaker Center. There was an amazing
In 2016 I set up on the side of the road at West Beach to take some photos of the
In 2013, the Austin 7 Club (SA) organised a static display of cars at Glenelg (South Australia). As well as
I've just posted some images from our trip to the UAE, including pictures from Ferrari World!
Earlier this year I went up to Birdwood Mill to photograph the entrants in the 2018 Jaguar National Rally. The
New Zealand Holiday
I've put my favourite pictures from our 2016 Holiday to the amazing New Zealand on-line! Click HERE to see the

On my other site I often tell the story of my photo sets. You’ll usually find the most recent here! Click on a picture to read the article.

Dave Winfield Random Stuff from Dave

  • Jeff’s New Plant
    by Dave on September 8, 2020

    I bought a new plant for Jeff’s house the other day.. It’s an Haworthia (I think).. Whatever.. Jeff LOVES it.. sits in it for hours and hours 😉 And has a bit of a nibble on it too! The Red tint is from his heatlamp, btw…… Click Here to Read More

  • Meet Jeff!
    by Dave on August 29, 2020

    Dani mentioned in passing one day that she had been into a Garden Centre/Pet store (Olivers) and they had a very friendly and cool Bearded Dragon sitting on the counter. I happened to be driving past Olivers a couple of days later, and thought I’d pop in for a looksee, as I’ve always had a bit of a fascination with Reptiles, but had never taken the time to really check them out. Sadly, the adult Beardie had moved on the day before, but they had a whole tank full of Babies – and were they cute? Oh yeah! So, not content with two needy Golden Retrievers to occupy my time I left Olivers (Really nice people BTW) with a shiny new Reptile tank!… Click Here to Read More

  • Hot Rods at West Beach again!
    by Dave on January 6, 2020

    The day was a bit dismal, but the Hot Rods were Brilliant, as usual! I was testing a new 35mm lens, I think the pictures came out OK!… Click Here to Read More

  • The Brooklands Complex
    by Dave on December 27, 2019

    I’m sure that anyone who has followed Motor Racing for a while has heard of the Legendary Brooklands, the world’s first purpose-built ‘banked’ motor racing circuit, and also one of Britain’s first airfields. Brooklands has an amazing history, housing Britain’s largest aircraft manufacturers in the early 1900’s, providing invaluable support through the second World War, and producing aircraft up until the 1970’s Opened for Motor Racing in 1907, the track was the centre of British Motor Sport until 1939, when the last race was run. The complex is still open today, however, hosting Museums for British Motorsport and Aviation – even a great collection of London Buses and a Concorde! When the opportunity arose to spend a half day at Brooklands, you can bet I was excited! … Click Here to Read More

  • 3D Printing
    by Dave on August 17, 2019

    It’s been AGES since I posted anything here – life has been a bit hectic! Since my last post I’ve acquired a 3D Printer, and thought I’d share with you my first customised project. I’ve had a CCTV Board sitting on a cardboard eggbox for a couple years nows, as I wasn’t able to source a suitable case for it. Enter 3D Printer – problem solved! See the pictures at the bottom of the post. Anyway, the printer… I chose an AnyCubic Chiron, which has some pretty impressive specs – the Bed is 400x400mm, and it can print to a height of 450mm. It took me a few days to figure it all out – not assisted by some faulty original components, which I bypassed by pressing a Raspberry Pi into service loaded with the brilliant OctoPrint software.… Click Here to Read More

  • A Quick Visit to the National Motor Museum, Birdwood, South Australia
    by Dave on June 2, 2019

    I had to pop up to the National Motor Museum to do a little maintenance on a vehicle there, so of course I took my camera and had a look around to see what was new! Pictures are HERE… Click Here to Read More