This section contains pictures of surviving cars and links to further information on each one.

The cars are arranged in date order, oldest first.

George Mellish's 1925 18/50
John Canning's 1926 18/50
The 1926 18-50 used at the opening of the Australian Parliament buildings by the Duke and Duchess of York.
A 1927 20.9, the oldest surviving saloon.
Nick Over's 1927 20.9 sports tourer.
Todd Barker's 20.9 fabric bodied tourer.
Graham Moore's 1927 Crossley bodied 20.9 tourer.
David Parr's 1927 20.9 tourer.
Brian McCardle's 1927 20.9 Fabric Saloon.
Malcolm Jenner's 1927 20.9 Grose bodied coupé.
The 1927 20.9 Canberra Limousine restored by Ken and Steve Foster. This is a very large and complex car and the "as found" photo gives some idea of the work undertaken.
A 1929 Super Six "Aero" saloon.
A 1929 Limousine belonging to John Campey
The 1932 Crossley Golden saloon belonging to Martin Jacobs.
Ian Ronald's 1933 Golden saloon.
Lady Mabel Crossley's Golden.
The sole surviving 3 Litre sports.