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a film for morganeers #672133
11/11/20 05:46 PM
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howard Offline OP
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sorry its a Ford

and [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZD-L3UaP1O0]another[/url]

Last edited by howard; 11/11/20 05:48 PM.
Re: a film for morganeers [Re: howard] #672137
11/11/20 06:04 PM
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A great little film , thank you !


Hugh
Re: a film for morganeers [Re: howard] #672145
11/11/20 06:39 PM
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(Just to tidy this up a bit)...


Ford Model T - Motoring Over Ben Nevis (1911) Rare Footage



As It Was In The Beginning (1925)

The description of this last one reads "Visitors in thousands to motor show see original 1903 car still 'go strong' through London streets.".
A 22-year-old car today wouldn't attract a passing glance!



Re: a film for morganeers [Re: howard] #672146
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Bet there's not many modern cars could complete that journey.


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Re: a film for morganeers [Re: Ray] #672182
12/11/20 06:27 AM
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Had to laugh at the chap on the pushbike keeping up with the Olds - and holding up the bus etc. behind him!
Just goes to show plus ca change! laugh2


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Re: a film for morganeers [Re: howard] #672189
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The traffic looked a lot faster in London then. Loved both films.


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