Does any erudite reader of Motor Sport know what happened to the Cooper-Zephyr which Rosemary Seers drove, and with which she made FTD at Stapleford in 1956?.
The car dated from 1954, and had a Zephyr 2262cc engine with Ford 3-speed gearbox and ZF diff. The body was of aluminium and fibreglass with detachable hardtop, and registration number was RKT 930.
John Willis, Guildford, Surrey
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