SOME MORE FROM THE VINTAGE POSTBAG, October 1950

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SOME MORE FROM THE VINTAGE POSTBAG

Sir,

Your remarks in ” Vintage Veerings ” this month on the subject of insurance are all too true. I had considerable difficulty in getting my 1923 Talbot “. 8/18 ” accepted, two well-known eon)hues flatly refusing to have anything to do with it. Ilowever, Messrs. Robert Crtiw ford eventually cattle to the rescue and issued a cover note on the spot. The policy

iinve !non hini party et wer for any driver itni does not require nut to meet the first part of a claim ntyself. This isan It. 11. policy :it Lloyds, and my

first annual premium is tI2 (this includes 1(0 per cent, charge on the car’s age). It may interest you to know that this car huts just C1)1111141ACd :Lil 850-mid utile tour of lievon and Cornwall without a single ” off moment ” and has well and truly ” shot up ” several moderns, much to their owner’s disnuty. I am 110W On the look-out. for a second string to keep me occupied during the winter evenings. Perhaps I could, througli your COIIIIMIS, appeal for a twin-carburetter manifold

for the Talbot I believe there was a car so modified, called a Talbot-Simmons and used quite a lot for trials work. I am, Yours, etc.,

London, N.S. R. M. Rusinmi..

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