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We have received the following from Mr. P. Selby, who advertised his car in our September issue :—

“The husband of the ‘plush-dazzled wife’ who advertised his Singer Nine in the last issue of Motor Sport thanks all and sundry for their interest . . . in his wife! The demand for a secondhand spouse proved far greater than that for the secondhand car, and the situation of a berserk mass of curly-moustached gentry drawing lots on the lawn was only just prevented by a gallant from the R.A.F. (whose own ‘ fair inspiration’ had gently suggested the sale of his motor cycle!) who came forward and bought the car. So, thanks to all—even the bloke who got me out of bed to the telephone to discuss feminine specifications; also thanks to Rex North of the Sunday Pictorial and the ‘Talk of the Day’ editor of the Evening News, who both, apparently, thought my advert sufficiently interesting to be mentioned in Press columns. But, perhaps, the greatest message of thanks goes to the gallant R.A.F. type who enabled me to keep what is probably the best old vintage model I shall ever have!”