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Author: HAZEL Tuesday, 21 April 2015
Mr. Hazel writes: "I would like to know from what type of vehicle this speedometer is and how old it is. The plate says 'Stewart Model M.3, The Cooper-Stewart Eng Co, Long Acre London.'To make the image complete, I also took a picture of the side and back of the speedometer."
Author: hazel Tuesday, 07 April 2015
Author: andrew white Sunday, 22 February 2015
Hi, my house was built on a site that used to be a garage. In the 'garden' as well as 3 car roofs which apparently were cut off under German orders, I have found about 10 windows similar tothis photo. they are about 7mm thick.
would it be possible to identify the type of car they come from, and would they be on any use to anyone?
editor: 7 mm seems quite thick ; as if from armoured cars..?
Author: Vincent Juvenelle Tuesday, 24 February 2015
Author: Layden Butler Tuesday, 24 February 2015
Author: iñigo Monday, 23 February 2015
I need to identify a car that was recently purchased by a friend of mine but I do not have much information about it.
I´ll appreciate if you could give a hand identifying this vehicle.
editor: Looks like Austin logo, however the radiator
shape is not what we know.
Author: John C Sunday, 01 February 2015
This is a photo discovered in family archives of a relative driving a car that we believe to be pre first world war.
It has been suggetsed that it was a French 'Unic' of about 1914.
can anyone help please?
Author: jan bosman Tuesday, 17 February 2015
on a amarican forum some one is asking what kind of badge this is.
i will try to help him because i think it must be Dutch
Author: Harry Pyle Wednesday, 21 January 2015
Harry Pyle: "What is it? I know what it is. It is an empty/hollow bronze crankcase off a 3 wheel cycle car circa 1905-10. Please give me some more details."
(5000 edition comp / comp5000 )
Author: Jan Roosenburg Wednesday, 24 December 2014
Another mysterie from the 1934 Alpine Trial. A gentleman by the name of R.L. Richardson from the U.K. drove a Railton Terraplane by Berkeley (like the one shown here) and finished to win a Glacier Cup with no penalties. Nothing is known about him. His navigator was a certain Mr. Ranger, initials unknown. I have found a R.L. Richardson who partcipated in the 1927 MCC London to Edinburgh and London to Exeter trials in a Rover 9, but have no idea whether this is the same person. Supposedly he lived in a house named Beggar's Roost, but this is not confirmed. Any information on Mr. Richardson will be greatly appreciated. ( 5000 comp )
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