Also known as 'youngtimers', these are cars from the last century that may seem ordinary and commonplace now but are rapidly disappearing from our roads. This gallery is for cars built between 1985 and 1999.
A 20-year-old Yaris near Keighley. First generation models were marketed between 1999 and 2005 under the 'Yaris' and 'Echo' names depending on the market. Hatchback, coupé, and sedan body variants were offered. Rare to see such an early one.
A 34-year-old Monza near Leeds. According to 'howmanyleft' there are 46 of these on the road and 225 SORN. More than you might expect. Its Vauxhall Royale sister car is rather rarer, with 13 licensed and 46 SORN (2018 figures).
A 27-year-old Rover in Bradford. There were fewer than 100 1992 Rover 216s on the road in 2018 and the trend shows their numbers plummetting fast. This generation is already turning up at classic car shows, especially early ones like this with the smoother front end.
Don't now what year this was made but the Favorit ran from 1987 to 1994 when it was replaced by the Felicia. The references plastered all over this unusual visitor to Bradford city centre suggest that it's part of a charity rally to or from Poland and you can find some reference to this online.