Identification Longshot and Talking Point 1095

  Brumas 23:17 02 May 2014
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Good Evening All

This is a GENUINE UNIDENTIFIED POSTCARD, as usual unposted and with no clues on the back.

I'm turning in now Folks,G'Night All.

click here

  Quickbeam 06:45 03 May 2014

I recon pre-war at some seaside getaway is as near as anyone will get on this, it'll all be changed now.

  Brumas 09:05 03 May 2014

Quickbeam, I totally agree old pal.

  Woolwell 09:36 03 May 2014

I don't hold out much hope of getting this one.

Interesting car - Anybody got any idea about make and model?

  Brumas 12:54 03 May 2014

Woolwell the car looks like something has flattened the soft top roof.

  john bunyan 13:21 03 May 2014

The front looks like an MG

  john bunyan 13:25 03 May 2014

I had a TC in late '50's - made in 1948 - this is much earlier, so maybe not an MG after all.

  john bunyan 13:29 03 May 2014

J Type MG

See

J Type MG

  john bunyan 13:31 03 May 2014

Or here:

J Type MG

  bremner 14:26 03 May 2014

Not convinced that is a J Type.

The car in the picture has a spilt windscreen and the air slots only go from the front halfway along and most telling is the door has a flat top unlike the J Types diagonal one.

  john bunyan 14:32 03 May 2014
Answer

Bremner

On second thoughts how about an M Type MG Midget?

MG Midget 1930

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