In a message dated 7/2/2004 6:03:04 PM Eastern Daylight Time,
Anyway, in the front of the book is a full page ad of a TR4 and a TR3
. Its in black & white and when I'm back over where I store them, I'll get
the plate number and post it and see if anyone might know of the car.
Chances are the plate would be a New York plate, which won't do anyone any
good. New York plates stayed with the owner and not the car (that's still the
case today), and back then plates were usually replaced with new ones every
couple of years. It wasn't until 1966 that we got the first "permanent" plates.
But I'd still be curious as to the plate number(s)! ;-)
*Mrs Irrelevant: Oh, is it a jet?
*Man: Well, no ... It's not so much of a jet, it's more your, er,
Triumph Herald engine with wings.
-- Cut-price Airlines Sketch, Monty Python's Flying Circus (22)