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Another interesting set of photos from the ollection of Peter Skofic: "In the period from 1952 to 1955 at several local and international racing events in former Yugoslavia this Talbot has participated too. For sure it was a prewar MC model (=monoplace central) however, I have no idea what type exactly this should be. The pictures were taken at Ljubelj (Loiblpass - Slovenia) hill climb races in 1954. Any suggestion would be appreciated."
Over to you. Tell us all about the exact car depicted, but limit yourself to the max of 100 words. We want the name and model designation of the car with any - trivial - extra information being valued highly. But before writing down your response, be sure to read the Rules under Read More and start looking, looking, looking. This may be your chance to win the coveted PreWarCar T-shirt.
Source of photo and results will be published next Saturday, November 22.
Autumn is my favourite season. Out with the woolly jumpers and corduroys and enjoy the changing colours whilst driving your vintage car along leafy lanes. Digby had two friends staying – he would take one in his Deemster and I would take the other in my Bullnose Morris. How gracious of Neil to allow me to take his girlfriend Rachel in my car while he and Digby followed in the Anzani-engined racer. While they warmed their engine, I took a few photographs of the early Sunday shadows. Rachel was a little camera-shy at first, but soon warmed to the occasion and her sunny smile made the picture. I think we may have a convert to vintage motoring.
The boys roared off into the distance and I did my best to keep up, so my on-board photos were rubbish, but we enjoyed a few miles and filled our lungs with clean fresh air before returning to base and putting the cars away ready for next time. I noticed Rachel brought out her own camera and was not surprised at learning which was her favourite car.
(Text & pictures Robin Batchelor)
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