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David Humber



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David Humber

Registered: January 2012
Posts: 202
Sun June 1, 2014 21:00

Anyone think they can identify the cars?
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Registered: January 2012
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Sun June 1, 2014 23:19

Thanks as ever. The cars all look familiar from my childhood. The one on the left is obviously one of those cute little Austins. The one near the church... not sure, a "Humber" of some description? I think I see a dark coloured Jaguar, a dark coloured Morris Minor, the white car possibly a Ford Anglia (the old type, not the really well known one like in Harry Potter!) and finally... not sure, a Vauxhall of some description? (Vauxhall Victor seems to ring a bell?)


I hope I'm right with some of them!
Admin

Registered: January 2012
Posts: 537
Mon June 2, 2014 01:46

OK, dad's had a look and he reckons:


L foreground - Austin A30 or A35;
Outside church - Hillman Minx:
Outside pub - Jaguar2.4 ?;
Opposite Jag - Morris Minor;
White car - Ford Prefect or Anglia;
Extreme R - Vauxhall Victor.
bondyboy67

Registered: January 2012
Location: West Sussex
Posts: 72
Mon June 2, 2014 09:30

Well done with the vehicle identification. Wish I still had my Hillman Minx, a great car.
Admin

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Mon June 2, 2014 23:16

Although cars are SO much better now, you have to admit, they were far more interesting up to the end of the 70s.
David Humber

Registered: January 2012
Posts: 202
Tue June 3, 2014 14:22

Yes they were. They were designed to look distinctive, but nowadays they aim to be aerodynamic and are difficult sometimes to tell apart.

 


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