Veteran and Vintage Cars 2nd Series 1962
Weston (Australia) Motoring Veteran and Vintage Cars 2nd Series 1962 Veteran and Vintage Cars 2nd Series 1962 L24 - This set contains wonderful colour photos of old vehicles ranging from the 1899 Cannstatt-Daimler through to a 1950 Jaguar XK-120 many of which are housed in the Montagu Motor Museum in England. Included are the Panhard 7hp from 1902 which was robust enough to cope with being driven from Venice to Athens, the 1904 Brushmobile 6hp which regularly takes part in the London to Brighton run, a Sunbeam 12hp which was driven by Sir Malcolm Campbell, the 1909 Rolls-Royce ‘Silver Ghost’ reputed to be the best car in the world, a 1912 Hispano-Suiza, 1913 Fiat Tipo 51, 1914 Vauxhall ‘Prince Henry’ capable of over 85mph, 1914 Singer 10hp used by allied armies in World War I, the 1920 Sunbeam 350hp built to attack the world speed record, 1925 Bugatti Type 30, 1924 Morris-Cowley which was known for being reliable, a 1926 M.G 14/28hp which was the ancestor of the famous ‘Midget’ series, 1927 Morgan ‘Aero which only had three wheels, the ‘Golden Arrow’ in which Sir Henry Seagrave took the land speed record in 1929 in Daytona and a racing Austin 750cc from1936. There is plenty of information about the cars on the reverse making this an ideal set for any motor enthusiast. A 1st Series of these was also produced and a collector’s album was originally available from the company for 2/- to house these. Cards size 75 x 50mm.
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Veteran and Vintage Cars 2nd Series 1962

Issuer: Weston (Australia) Condition: Mint * These are original and NOT reprints Description: This set contains wonderful colour photos of old vehicles ranging from the 1899 Cannstatt-Daimler through to a 1950 Jaguar XK-120 many of which are housed in the Montagu Motor Museum in England. Included are the Panhard 7hp from 1902 which was robust enough to cope with being driven from Venice to Athens, the 1904 Brushmobile 6hp which regularly takes part in the London to Brighton run, a Sunbeam 12hp which was driven by Sir Malcolm Campbell, the 1909 Rolls-Royce ‘Silver Ghost’ reputed to be the best car in the world, a 1912 Hispano-Suiza, 1913 Fiat Tipo 51, 1914 Vauxhall ‘Prince Henry’ capable of over 85mph, 1914 Singer 10hp used by allied armies in World War I, the 1920 Sunbeam 350hp built to attack the world speed record, 1925 Bugatti Type 30, 1924 Morris-Cowley which was known for being reliable, a 1926 M.G 14/28hp which was the ancestor of the famous ‘Midget’ series, 1927 Morgan ‘Aero which only had three wheels, the ‘Golden Arrow’ in which Sir Henry Seagrave took the land speed record in 1929 in Daytona and a racing Austin 750cc from1936. There is plenty of information about the cars on the reverse making this an ideal set for any motor enthusiast. A 1st Series of these was also produced and a collector’s album was originally available from the company for 2/- to house these. Cards size 75 x 50mm. Number of cards in set: L24 Abbreviations used for Number In Set:
EL = Extra Large; LT = Large Trade ( size 89 x 64mm); L = Large; M = Medium; K = Miniature.

Price for complete set: Only £7.50

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