"Driving" - Contributor's note. Taken through the cab of the vintage car outside OGB Bar in Cathedral Square looking through to the Theatre Royal and Gloucester Street.
A vintage car travelling through Cathedral Square to a crowd of people during the Canterbury A&P Centennial.
A Model T Ford vintage car travelling through Cathedral Square to a crowd of people during the Canterbury A&P Centennial.
A Pontiac Catalina owned by the contributor when he was 31 years old, parked in the carpark near Mount Cook.
A 38 Ford V8 car owned by the contributor when he was 21.
A Pontiac Catalina owned by the contributor when he was 31 years old, parked in front of Lake Aviemore.
Vintage car at the Rockabilly Show and Shine Event on Marine Parade, New Brighton.
Vintage truck with people sat in the back at the Rockabilly Show and Shine Event on Marine Parade, New Brighton.
Car race with a Bentley in the foreground at the Wheels and Wings Classic at Wigram.
Chris mowing his lawns outside his house in Halswell with a vintage car parked on the driveway. Chris has lived in Springston for 7 years and was quoted by the photographer; "since moving I love it...
Chris standing next to his motorbike in his garage at his house in Halswell.
A vintage car taking a sled of children for a joy-ride across the frozen Lake Ida. Groups of people are ice skating in the background.
Exterior of a house on the Westlake subdivision off Dunbars Road, Halswell. In the foreground a vintage car is driving past.
Mark (right) and Raymond have been friends for over two years as part of the IHC Volunteer Friendship programme. Here they are at the Yaldhurst Museum of Transport and Science.
Vintage cars, including a 1922 Jewett, at Bishopdale shopping centre.
View of a vintage car travelling along Seaview Road in New Brighton. The photograph was taken by the contributor's father, Norman Dawes, who worked for Christchurch City Council as a loader driver.
Bruce Shadbolt operating a 1900 Locomobile steam car at Bishopdale shopping centre.
A group of vintage cars and a motorcycle owned by Christchurch residents ahead of shipping the vehicles to attend the International bicentennial rally of the Vintage Car Club of Australia. Pictured...
View of a vintage car in a garage which is to be auctioned at a "Steptoe and Son" auction organised by the Hillmorton High School Parent-Teacher Association to raise funds for a school swimming pool.
Views of a Chrysler coupe with its owner Marie Skevington in Belfast ahead of driving the car in the Australian Vintage and veteran car rally in Sydney.
Various artists who will be performing at the Canterbury Folk Festival at Avonside Girls Schools, stood around a vintage car, some with instruments.
Penny Haslemore, 12, with the car used in the film, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, at the Industries Fair at Addington Show Grounds.
Views of Harry Sarchett with his 1924 Rickenbacker, the only car of its type in the world in a restored condition.