In Veteran Edwardian Vintage, January 1975, you ask for identification of two veteran cars. The one on page 29, carrying a large family party, is a Dennis of about 1902 and the 2-seater on page 30 is an International Charette of a year earlier.
Edenbridge JOHN V. BOLSTER
[Another reader, Sir Clive Edwards, Bt., thinks the car Mr. Bolster says is an International Charette is a 1901 Rex—which shows how difficult it is to identify veterans. – Ed.]
The Motor Car in Montgomery in MOTOR SPORT for January, page 29, is a 1903 8-h.p. Darracq.
I have an identical model which is restored and normally running but at the moment I ant having to repair the metal flitch plate which supports the wooden chassis. It has cracked both sides.
Rednall PHILIP SOUTHALL
[Another correspondent, Sir Clive Edwards, Bt., suggests it is a 1901 MMC. – Ed.]