FAKE OR FACT?
I was intrigued by the VW advert, of the ” One that Got Away ” (March, page 173) and, judging from the wheel-tracks, it was either driven in and reversed out down the same tracks after the snow or, having stood there during the snow, failed to start and had its front-end (the lighter one) lifted out, and was then push-started.
What is the expert’s view ? Rickmansworth. I. R. W. CHEIZSE. [Our photographer also raised this point, suggesting that model ears were used. We leave it to Sherlock Holmes’ descendants to solve the problem!—En.]
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