It’s been a while, but it is time for another episode of cars that are living and dying in Poland. Many things have happened since the last updated. Abandoned cars are actively being removed from neighborhoods. Poland plans on implementing huge import fees for vehicles, especially ones with large displacement engines, because polar bears. Think of this as their version of cash-for-clunkers, which means that soon there will be fewer older and interesting cars on the road there. We should then enjoy them while they’re still around.
British cars have never been really popular in Poland. The biggest issue was the fact that most of those imports came directly from the U.K., where the steering wheels are mounted on the wrong side. I am not sure what the current laws are, but some time ago they had to be converted to left hand drive, unless they were over some years old. The secondary issue is that a lot of the British cars are pricey and the cheaper British cars had always had German versions, for instance Opel and Vauxhall.
All pictures, as always, came from zlomnik.pl, and were sent in by that site’s readers. The site has been since redone and now focuses on obscure cars.