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  • 1 month later...

It certainly has some Dennis stye features but it is not a subsidy type. It would have been nice to see the hub cap. The most exciting thing is that it appears to have the differential cover in place so the diff may be there. Interesting!

Steve  🙂

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found via a disreputable car forum I frequent where the interest was in the cars;  the odd one out - a 1918 Austin 30hp .  Still time to make a bid (just)

I'm guessing that there was little or no vehicle production for private use in 1918, and this chassis did have military uses

https://www.mstauctioneers.co.uk/catalogue/lot/375bfef690a2670b36105913ca904927/e4b6793ad336f83efb7e0cd36cad0205/timed-online-auction-of-classic-cars-tractors-and-veh-lot-13/

on a first post may I thank those who post up their work on their historic vehicles, I just sit in wonderment at the skills displayed

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