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Yes exactly that- Caunter

November 23 2004 at 9:39 AM
Mike Starmer  (no login)
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Response to Caunter RR?

Bob
The picture that you refer to is Caunter pattern, the picture I refered to shows the right side of the car with it's front right up to the wire, Bradford page 10 and 'The First Victory' page 66. This shows the pre-war design first put on the cars in about 1937. I have several pictures of the same pattern taken from 1937 onward.

 
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  1. Frazer-Nash Turret - Kerry Brunner on Nov 25, 2004, 9:02 AM
    1. Frazer-Nash turret job. - Mike Starmer on Nov 25, 2004, 2:39 PM
     


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