Dr. Finlay’s 11/22 Wolseley
There is a slight mistake in respect of the cars used in the B.B.C. TV series “Dr. Finlay’s Casebook.” The Bullnose Morris which has been used since the series began is Dr. Cameron’s car— it is still appearing from time to time. The change has occurred in Dr. Finlay’s car—he used to appear with a 2-seater Sunbeam (about 1914, I think), but this car was badly damaged in an accident when the car was on its way to the R.S.A.C. rally in Glasgow. He now has a 1927 Wolseley 11/22 tourer. This car is in beautiful condition; it is the property of Tom Pate, who lives in Ayr. He restored it himself and it is to be seen at most of the Scottish rallies. The Bullnose Morris belongs to W. Dale.
Fife. A. James Price
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