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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)
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 )
Author: phil Macwhirter Wednesday, 14 January 2015
Phil Macwhirter from Melbourne, Australia writes: "I recently came across this photo on the web whilst researching Calcutta where I have distant family connection. I am not sure what type of car this is. Do you know? It does resemble a Railton which I happen to be restoring, but... over to the experts."
Author: MD Callaghan Monday, 12 January 2015
Author: Will Grant Monday, 08 December 2014
Author: alexandros Friday, 05 December 2014
Author: steve G Tuesday, 02 December 2014
Author: Tarek Friday, 03 October 2014Hi, I wondre what make this beauty is, can you help?
Author: peter smith Thursday, 02 October 2014can someone identify this clamp please, it is similar to cadilac model "A" plug holder clamp.
Author: Heinz Thursday, 11 September 2014
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