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Antiques road show
#1
Is that an A7 16 minutes into the Antiques show tonight?
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#2
The was what looked like a 12 in the garage in the background while bicycles were being discussed.
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#3
Just had a quick look on Iplayer. It is on screen between 13:20 and 15:00 . Reg No is UN36 - not on anyones database. Looks like a RN/RP to me, but what do I know!
Rick

In deepest Norfolk
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I think Martin is right - it looks like a Twelve.

Colin


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#5
As I said - What do I know!!
Rick

In deepest Norfolk
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#6
Yup, that's a 1928 Twelve Clifton tourer - strange that it's carrying that registration, which is not recognised by the DVLA.
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#7
I'd love to know what the partially dismantled car is that is next to it. Erddig is not that far from me. I'm tempted to go and and have a look!
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#8
It looks to me like another Austin Twelve (2-seater & dickey).
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(15-04-2019, 04:28 PM)Mike Costigan Wrote: Yup, that's a 1928 Twelve Clifton tourer - strange that it's carrying that registration, which is not recognised by the DVLA.

"UN" is a Denbighshire registration and would have been issued between December 1934 and July 1936. So unless the car was re-registered, it's not original.
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#10
UN is indeed a Denbeighshire registration, but the sequence commenced in March 1927; by December 1934 they were up to UN 8032!
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