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A PI Rolls Royce Roadster

Another Rolls-Royce roadster from the Alden Handy album, the photo is courtesy of Joe Puleo and the following are his comments: This one probably incorrectly identified as a SG. He doesn’t say who owned it but gives the chassis number as 291KR and the registration as 32940 Mass. The KR cars were built in 1929,…

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A Very Attractive Lagonda

This photo is by Alden Handy’s friend Chapin Warlour who must have taken it during or just after WWII, note the A ration sticker on the windshield, his note reads: Lagonda Sport Convertible Coupe, blue gray body with silk mohair top, from a negative made by Chapin Warlour. Photo courtesy of Joe Puleo.

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A PI Henley Roadster

A photo from the Alden Handy photo album courtesy of Joe Puleo who writes: PI road-ster… I’m guessing this is a Henley, in which case it probably began life as a formal early iron head car updated for resale. Reselling used formal cars was a real chore… they had practically no value so the company…

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A Very Chic Delage

A very attractive Delage coupe from the Alden Handy photo album with the following notes; “Delage 4 passenger sedan Figoni (?) body, taken near Madison and Park Aves., New York City 1st October 1949.” Photo courtesy of Joe Puleo.

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The Famous PII….Chassis 25 EX

Earlier we showed you a photo of this very well known Rolls-Royce, chassis number 25- EX. It was a factory development car that that ended up here in the states. Its history is very well known (read the comments in the earlier post) This photo is dated as being taken during 1953 and is part…

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An Alden Handy MG TC Photo

Another photo from the Alden Handy photo album, but without any information or lo-cation notes. The MG TC, cars as we see in the photo, were quite popular here in the states in the postwar era. The T-Series MG cars started in 1936 and ran through to 1955. This one appears to have some add on bumpers and…

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