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AH tourer interior
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Sorry to be boring, but on the old site there was a thread which I cannot now find, and someone in Wales said he had trim samples which showed how the interior should look on a tourer AH or (so called) AJ.  I would like to get in contact unless anyone else can help me on the main area - what does the door look like?  Is it like an RP with carpet and pockets, or is it plain?
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(08-11-2017, 08:19 PM)Robin Oldfield Wrote: Sorry to be boring, but on the old site there was a thread which I cannot now find, and someone in Wales said he had trim samples which showed how the interior should look on a tourer AH or (so called) AJ.  I would like to get in contact unless anyone else can help me on the main area - what does the door look like?  Is it like an RP with carpet and pockets, or is it plain?

Page 49 of Rinsey Mills shows door cards on a 1930 AE Tourer which look the same as my 1933 AJ ie plain.

Ian
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I have found photos of two restorations each showing a large deep elasticated pocket on each door card. On re-visiting Purves book I see that on p356 he shows the interior of what appears to be an original 1932 AH with the same pockets. It has rubber moulded floor mats and not a piece of carpet to be seen. Seems reasonable as it was a low priced Seven compared with an RP.
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#4
I have it in the back of my mind that all LWB cars had rubber mats originally - and SWB had carpet.
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