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This is me and my mates in North Queensland in 1959 travelling in my Singer sports car.
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That is me on the left.

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Wow great pic James . I love those old memories
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That pic was taken by my .Canadian buddy who passed away just last year.We were great friends for over 50 years. RIP Vic.
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Nice car... the good ole days.
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James,
I bet you wished you still had that car. Probably worth $$$ today. Looks like a Morgan that a neighbor had when I was a child. He also had Austin Healy 3000. I remember him taking me for a drive in it.
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I thought they only made sewing machines?

Nice ride, James!
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In the late 50's I had a 1939 Singer sedan, it was very advanced for it's age: Aluminium body, hydraulic brakes, overhead camshaft and an assortment of gauges including oil temperature.

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Good photo good memories
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