Waving

He started the engine and at the same time I noticed the cranking handle at the front of the car.

“You don’t need to crank it then?”, I asked.

“Oh no”, he said, “too modern for that. 1926.”

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13 thoughts on “Waving

      1. And of course there’s the (not so) Mini Cooper now. VERY few of the “early” (Mini-Minor) version made it to this side of The Pond (and likely none of the one featured in your pic; ). Love old cars David, thanks for this!

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        1. Not personally no, but I have relatives and know other people who do. (This is high season for car and motorcycle rallies; antique tractor & machinery shows; plus now, as the end of August approaches, the country fairs are getting started as well… We need to pack a lot into a fairly short summer season in this climate, so they’ve been a fairly common sight on the roads lately: )

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