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More Mylchreest... founder of the garage David with an early 997..
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Fowler & Armstrong , Austin dealers in Durham.
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Pollards of Chelmsford
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Woodward of Liverpool. Austin retail dealers. Did commercials and coach building.
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G&B - South Shields, Austin dealers.
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Pete wrote:More Mylchreest... founder of the garage David with an early 997..
The white car is 977 ARX and the red one 477 BBL pre rally prep.

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Simon776 wrote:
Costafortune wrote:The 1275GT my folks had from 1971-78 was supplied by Tilleys of Dorset with as small gold decal on the inside of the passenger door. NJT840J. Anyone know who/where they were?
Their main garage was in Dorchester and there was another outlet in Weymouth.
Thanks. I go to Dorchester quite often so will do some digging.

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Cogger & Hawkins in Aylesbury were Austin distributors, Morris, Riley, Wolseley and MG reciprocal retail dealers.
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Oliver Rix (formerly Barton Townley Ltd) in Lancaster
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SMOKE GREY wrote:
Pete wrote:More Mylchreest... founder of the garage David with an early 997..
The white car is 977 ARX and the red one 477 BBL pre rally prep.
Great info Steve, and pics Pete....I love these old photos.

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