Post Number: 549
|Posted on Saturday, 08 April, 2006 - 03:31: |
Can anyone help?
I have drawn a blank to who the coach builder was for the car details as follows.
Listed as a 1937 20/25 Sedansa-De-ville.
Chassis No GXM 79.
The reg No is JX5200.
The car seems to have been through Leverton and Sons NW1 early in its life.
Post Number: 39
|Posted on Saturday, 08 April, 2006 - 10:08: |
GXM79 is a 25/30, not a 20/25. According to the RREC database the coachbuilder is not known. There is a similarity to James Young in some of the detail but the de-ville section is of the cheapskate studded hood style rather than sun-roof and folding cant rails.
Sorry, but I can add nothing further.
Post Number: 550
|Posted on Sunday, 09 April, 2006 - 21:51: |
Thanks Stephe for the quick reply.
I assume the chassis was built in 1936 as it seems that GXM was listed from March to October 36.
Then first registered in 37.
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|Posted on Sunday, 12 March, 2023 - 02:13: |
Hi Folks, GXM79 is a 25/30 and she belongs to me.
The body is a quite unusual Brougham-Style Sedanca de Ville by Barker.
Due to the body number at the A-post it can be identified as being inherited from a 20/25.
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Post Number: 4182
|Posted on Sunday, 12 March, 2023 - 08:09: |
Welcome to our forum and I look forward to your contributions.
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