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Author: Colin Clatworthy Monday, 29 August 2016
Eight month old Grandaughter Audrey at the wheel of my 1929 Standard Teignmouth.
Author: Gaute Sunday, 28 August 2016Photo from a long gone hot summer of 1915... Norway. Picture of my great, great aunt and her unknown friend. The plate shows the number A563 (Oslo), but I can't find any info before 1922 - and then this number are clearly placed at another car. So, have anybody a clue what car we see here?
Gaute Öiseth (owner of 2pc 1923Star - yes, american made, not very fashionable, but they are good enough for me!)
Author: Sarah bettsworth Friday, 15 July 2016
Author: Simon Friday, 26 August 2016
Author: David Barker Thursday, 25 August 2016
Author: Roger R Brown Wednesday, 24 August 2016I am researching the back ground to the RedeX product prior to 1940. Ideally I would like to know who made the RedeX instrument which were on sale in the late 30's; was RedeX made on the premises of Wayne V Myers in London SE1 and finally, how did the Wayne V Myers distribute RedeX thro'out the UK because, according to an ad. published 'Practical Motorist' in July 1939 RedeX had 12000 outlets?
Thank you, Roger Brown
Author: RIOU Wednesday, 24 August 2016Promenade de ma Belle Famille en 1930 dans un véhicule pour moi inconnu
Author: tim ruth Wednesday, 24 August 2016
Author: Karel Vermeer Tuesday, 23 August 2016
Author: Robin Thursday, 18 August 2016Back on the road after 15 years dry storage. This car was first registered in NZ in Nov 1938 before moving to Australia in 1988
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