After watching me work on my newly-acquired 20/25 Rolls-Royce, one of my neighbours brought me the negative which produced this print of her father’s old Renault, circa 1922 or 1923. To my relatively untrained eye, the coachwork looks as good as any on the early R-Rs. Both my neighbours and I would be grateful for any information that members could provide, to help fill out the memories she has of the car. The only help she can provide is that it may have been the show car of 1922 or 1923.
Woodstock DAVID J. JAMPOLE
(This letter was forwarded to us by the Editor of the R-REC Journal We have always thought that the Edwardian Renaults rivalled the 40/50 Rolls-Royce in respect of quiet running and quality of chassis and coachwork! This appears to be a fine specimen of pre-war, or just post-war 45 h.p. -Ed.).
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