That 3-litre Bentley
Sir, Congratulations on your Golden Jubilee issue, it certainly brought back many happy
The 3-litre Red Label Bentley on your front cover immediately took my eye and on looking up some old snaps I confirmed it was a car I was proudly allowed to drive in my younger days when owned by my brother-inlaw and I enclose a snap I took of it in Salisbury in 1930.
What pleasure motoring was in those days, ROP at II id. a gallon. Southampton J. W. DRISCOLL
Signed, sealed and reliveried
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