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1931 CHEV

Friday, 29 September 2017

1931 CHEVJust waiting for eagle radiator  cap to be fitted
  
 

a mystery car from another period

Wednesday, 27 September 2017

a mystery car from another periodI feel that Frazer Sloan may be correct in the article about a mystery car from another period. The photos show the radiators of a 1908 45hp, 1914 20hp and a 1923 40/50 hp.  The features that point to a 40/50 are the mudguards which match those on my 40/50. They were on other models after WWI as well, the electric lamps would most likely be CAV.The just visible front axle is a good clue. The axle on a 40/50 was basically flat whereas the big sixes had axles with a significant dip in the center.
All this points to a car built after the war which came on the market around 1919 and at the latest 1924.

Bill Bishop
  
 

Model T "Fever" Strikes Again!!

Thursday, 14 September 2017

Model T "Fever" Strikes Again!!Since my purchase and recommissioning of a 1930 Ford Model A Phaeton (see PWC previous features) I have thoroughly enjoyed driving the more modern Model A vs. the Model T's I drove for many year. A sense of relief in not owning a T had settled in and I was complacent. However the "fever" was still in my system and suddenly surfaced this fall when the opportunity to purchase a 1912 Model T presented itself. So now I have a new project this winter, ladies and gentleme, presenting my 1912 Model T Ford......fever cured!!
 
   

1. Westfalen Klassik 2017

Monday, 11 September 2017

1. Westfalen Klassik 2017
 
 

Dodge

Sunday, 03 September 2017

DodgeDODGE VICTORY 6,Bj. 1928
  
   

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