WHICH RILEY WOULD YOU HAVE?
KEITH ADAMS EDITOR
Riley Pathfinder. Gorgeous styling, penned by one of the UK’s most underrated designers, Gerald Palmer, and better handling than its ‘ditchfinder’ nickname suggests.
JAMES SADLIER MANAGING EDITOR
The Riley Elf is almost as pretty as Rachel Riley. It’s as fun to drive as a Mini, too – it’s nice and different. If there’s not enough room for a Bentley, then the Elf’s a wise choice.
GERVAIS SEYMOUR PRODUCTION EDITOR
My favourite album is Treddin’ on
Thin Ice. It’s a fabulous listen – look it up. Ah, you meant Riley, not Wiley. Sorry everyone.
DAVID BROWN ASSOCIATE EDITOR
The Riley IS Saloon captured some of the style and sophistication of the company’s 1930s cars. I’d consider one for my garage.
DAVID SIMISTER FEATURES EDITOR
The 12/4 Kestrel from the 1930s. It’s one of the most beautiful saloons ever to come out of Britain – yet I’ve seen them at VSCC events doing plucky things across tough terrain.
MURRAY SCULLION NEWS EDITOR
A Kestrel for me, too. For added points I’d like a CKD kit car from New Zealand to confuse the DVLA.
CALUM BROWN WEB PRODUCER
Riley Elf. It’s a posh Mini – like putting Janette Krankie in a frock.