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post 21 Nov 2008, 21:08
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post 9 Feb 2009, 11:13
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hello what fine looking car one day i will have one,, grumpygrandad
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post 9 Feb 2009, 13:09
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Thanks grumpygrandad. I will post some more details on my Humber soon. It has an interesting history.

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Another great Postwar success was the Austin A40 Devon which was exported in huge numbers to North America, again bringing in much needed revenue. More on that later.
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Thank you Paul, it all adds to the fun of ownership don't you think?
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achtog, as well as dealing with Members on going restorations and the tete a tetes between other Members its nice to have a little bit of History and Culture, now and then. I do hope its appreciated in all quarters.
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Thank you. I intend to write on as many models I can remember information on, and perhaps start a trend.
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post 3 Apr 2010, 18:28
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paul well done i found the post interesting lookforward to the next one..gg
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Once again, Thank You I tend to be at my Most Literary Peek, when oft in a sombre mood.
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We are going to the 1100 fun run inCobham, Surrey on the 18th, and this is only a few miles from Edwins longest owner from whom he got the name of Edwin, so I may go to the address I have on the off chance that he is still there.
Michael Sanchez (LOCI) from whom I bought Edwin gave me photos etc. of Edwins arrival (man and car) at his place, so it would be nice for them to be re-acquainted.
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