I'm trying to locate a picture of an Austin 7 'Special' that had twin rear wheel very close to one another that made it almost look like a 3 wheeler. I have an image in my mind of it being exhumed from a lock up in a 'patinated' state. Try as I might, I can't find the pictures anywhere. Anyone with a better memory than mine know what I'm talking about and remember the car?
Hugh, the source book is undoubtedly the easiest reference to locate but, for what it's worth, the original write up about this car appeared in "The Light Car" of July 15th 1938, p.266. Modern light carists may appreciate the car's origins in Llandridnod Wells.
I've been trying all afternoon to load this to my photobucket account and can never get past 90% of the upload. Could you do the honours and post it on the 'Struggling to remember' thread for me please..
That would be very kind. No rush.
Some text to go with it might be 'Although I might be tempted, Ian, I'm afraid it's a little simpler than that. On the PreWarMinor forum that I frequent, the attached photograph was recently posted and I wondered whether there might have been some similar origins to the Heywood..
Any observation anyone has on this one would be welcomed!'