Sir, Do you know of :toy other Palladium owners ? f We did before the war.–En.)
Mine is a 192:3 open four-seater. I bought it for £15. One owner, 1923-45, then standing in the open and used during the summers or 1945, ’40, and ’47.
It has a Dorman engine, Meadows gearbox and feels a bit Alvis-like, thought I ighter. I luive so far done 700 troublefree miles. Four-wheel brakes arc fitted (standard Speedieationt. The slow-running in top is as gum( its it Was old my 1927 Bolls Twenty acid t she will take it away quite well in top from 10 m.p.h. ‘rtke altimilliltra body has no rattles. The hood frame, however, doesn’t keep out muelt rain ! I ant, Yours, etc.,
MnaLtEt. Ammita:r.. London, NV.(‘. 1.
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