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^^ (not M.Cary's nice Ford Thunderbird!) lovely 60-ish Porsche! And two other interesting things visible... Is that a Porsche Boxster down the street? And upper right the wheel lock may be applied by the local parking enforcement, or, an owner might apply the lock as a theft-prevention measure...
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Very nice Derek! First time I've ever seen a 541 - R or otherwise!
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The Big Six. We forget too often that Austin made some excellent upscale vehicles pre-war. Most of the named cars have their names taken from towns local to me - so Iver, , Burnham, Eton, Windsor, Ascot etc. Amusingly Herbert Austin had a mistress who lived in Iver just round the corner from my house, and their child was known as Sir Herbert's little baby Austin!
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The Big Six. We forget too often that Austin made some excellent upscale vehicles pre-war. Most of the named cars have their names taken from towns local to me - so Iver, , Burnham, Eton, Windsor, Ascot etc. Amusingly Herbert Austin had a mistress who lived in Iver just round the corner from my house, and their child was known as Sir Herbert's little baby Austin!

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I've sworn to get one but it depends on a lottery win... Perhaps a cheaper old Rolls might stop the yearning. I think the word for that Austin is gorgeous.

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My brief involvement with the world of RR and Bentley classics was that the cheaper ones were doubly expensive.

After restoring or running 5 classics I have learned that the enjoyment of others' vehicles at a distance is considerably more rewarding!
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After restoring or running 5 classics I have learned that the enjoyment of others' vehicles at a distance is considerably more rewarding!
Hi,

A neighbour's father had one and spent 23k on it in two years. His opinion was that you've got to spend at least 30K to get going. I shall stick to the boring and/or reasonably exciting having been warned. They're a bit like cameras...

OTOH the Mayflower and Bond Equipe were fun... But a long, long time ago.

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^What the heck were you doing driving it ? I thought that's why you had butlers , Peter

FWIW, we were both staying at the same place and the owner let me drive the thing; a 1960's classic. More recently several appeared in my road and, as you do, you chat to neighbours and learn these things. This year they've nothing exotic or exciting except the odd Porsche and Jag's. Even the 2CV's gone...


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I suspect David's establishment is probably of the moderately grand type, so most likely to have a cook general, housemaid, keeper and valet rather than butler. The valet would probably double up as chauffeur.

In the larger establishments with butlers and footmen, the task of driving the car would fall to the chauffeur or under-chauffeur.

There are few Royces that anyone would drive for fun!
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I suspect David's establishment is probably of the moderately grand type, so most likely to have a cook general, housemaid, keeper and valet rather than butler. The valet would probably double up as chauffeur.

In the larger establishments with butlers and footmen, the task of driving the car would fall to the chauffeur or under-chauffeur.

There are few Royces that anyone would drive for fun!

Well, I dunno about that...

As for driving for fun; when we both had jobs and both needed cars we always had a large-ish sort of tourer (meaning comfortable with a decent boot) and a smaller one for shopping and running around.

The ones I miss were all the small ones like the 2CV and Herald and so on. Anyway, nowadays driving isn't much fun there are too many roundabouts and traffic lights. And too few direction signs; I guess we should all have satnavs.

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