Your reference in your own article in Motor Sport for February to the Ford Zephyr Zodiac as “a roomy drawing room of a car” surely was not meant to be taken seriously ?
If it was, however, perhaps you would come for a hike with me in the rear compartment of my Talbot 75 ! A car of practically the same capacity, which develops more b.h.p. but is, of course, twenty years older and better, as it is both properly suspended and excellently braked.
I am, Yours, etc.,
Marlow. Clifford Farmer (Wg/Cdr).
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