EAW040786 ENGLAND (1951). The Fieldhead, Headland and Hannafore Point Hotels, Looe, 1951. This image has been produced from a print marked by Aerofilms Ltd for photo editing.

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Pennawd [EAW040786] The Fieldhead, Headland and Hannafore Point Hotels, Looe, 1951. This image has been produced from a print marked by Aerofilms Ltd for photo editing.
Cyfeirnod EAW040786
Dyddiad 12-October-1951
Dolen
Enw lle LOOE
Plwyf LOOE
Ardal
Gwlad ENGLAND
Dwyreiniad / Gogleddiad 225686, 52839
Hydred / Lledred -4.4504297249861, 50.34901366473
Cyfeirnod Grid Cenedlaethol SX257528

Pinnau

1948–1949 Rover P3 75 Light Six. The Rover Seventy-Five or Rover P3 series were 1.6 and 2.0-litre executive cars announced in the middle of February 1948[2] and produced by The Rover Company Limited until the (northern) summer of 1949. Two months after the announcement of the new cars "a new vehicle for agriculture" was announced, the Land-Rover, with the engine of the new Sixty.

Billy Turner
Friday 30th of December 2016 07:46:19 PM
1946–52 Riley RMB 2.5 Saloon. The 2.5 L (2443 cc) RMB was a lengthened RMA launched in 1946. It used the 2.5 L (2443 cc) "Big Four" engine with twin SU carburettors, starting with 90 hp (67 kW) but increasing to 100 hp (75 kW) for 1948 with a 95 mph (153 km/h) top speed. The wheelbase was 6.5 in (165 mm) longer and the overall length was a full 7 in (178 mm) longer than the RMA. The RMB was replaced by the RMF for 1952.

Billy Turner
Friday 30th of December 2016 07:12:01 PM
1948–1950 Austin A70 Hampshire. Most first generation A70s were Hampshire 4-door saloons, though some estate and pickup truck versions were also produced as the A70 Countryman and A70 Pick-up respectively. The 2.2 L (2199 cc) straight-4 pushrod engine provided the same power output, at 67 bhp (50 kW), as it had when installed in the earlier Austin 16 hp. The new car was nevertheless lighter and published acceleration and top speed figures were correspondingly brisker. Accelerating from 0-80 km/h (50 mph) took 14.5 seconds and the maximum speed was 83.3 mph (134.1 km/h). Production of the model ended in 1950 with 35,261 being built. In 1950 the UK price was £648, which included the heater.

Billy Turner
Friday 30th of September 2016 01:47:53 PM