▪ * * A MATTER OF IDENTITY Sir,
Congratulations to the sharp-eyed enthusiast Police Officer in the patrol-car on the Lytham-Blackpool road.
At the approach of my husband’s 1940 S.S. 3i ” TOO ” drophead coupd travelling in the opposite direction, his jubilant cry of recognition rang out for all to hear over the live hailer : “JAGUAR “!
Obviously more accurate at spotting than the Alvis boys, who still salute us as one of their breed.
Stockport. MARY WOOLLASTON. * *
Matters of Moment, January 1966
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