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Finally we had an extremely simple car in Quiz 'What is it' #380 and now people were afraid to answer. At least it seems that this was the case. Four competitors were spot on with 1928 Ford Model A Tudor. When you check in to see the quiz results you can read that John Elema came up with most details; well done John. Still it's our opinion that this week's prize should go to somebody else as we asked also to be very correct on the accessories. And there was only competitor to identify the extras on the car correctly as from a taxi!
His wording: "It's a 1928 Model A Tudor sedan. You can see the Drum tailight which was only used in 1928. Later cars had a light mounted on the rear fender.It is being used as a taxi; has a luggage rack on the back and a for hire light on the lefthand screen post. Accessories include left hand welled fender for spare tyre and a tool box on the running board." Congratulations John Cochran! Please send us your T-shirt size and mail address. See you all next week.
(Family photo collection Stew Dean)
Tomorrow is October 11th and that can only mean one thing - the annual VSCC Welsh Trial when a large proportion of the active membership converge on Presteigne in Wales for a weekend of vintage motoring up steep muddy hills in glorious autumn countryside. One of the most popular and successful cars to enter is the GN, with its light weight, solid chain driven back axle and ample power. Here is Caroline in her GN at a more gentle event in Wales, but her smile assures us it was just as much fun and I think her husband Peter will agree.
(Text & pictures Robin Batchelor)
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