Holey radiator as Standard
I bought this Standard 10 in 1948 for �25.I took my first driving test in OG 1420 at Lowestoft and failed, but I passed at the second attempt.It had a floating dipstick and leather on the outside all round which I varnished about once a year.
I bought this Standard 10 in 1948 for �25.
I took my first driving test in OG 1420 at Lowestoft and failed, but I passed at the second attempt.
It had a floating dipstick and leather on the outside all round which I varnished about once a year.
I'm not quite sure of the year of this car but I think it was about 1929.
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The radiator had many boles in it and we had to patch it up with putty.
I used to take mother and father for rides to the agricultural shows at Beccles.
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The next car I bought was a 1932 Morris 10 which cost me �100.
Vic Webb, Sandy Lane, Bradwell.
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