Tuesday, 19 April 2016

Rally - Tailpiece



Some motor sporting enthusiasts go the extra mile in the search for authenticity when competing in historic machinery. Long before the invention of tank tape and the tie-wrap, drivers resorted to rather more agricultural methods to effect running repairs. When the rear mudguard mounting broke on their 1932 Aston Martin on last weekend's Flying Scotsman rally, Keith and Jason Piper resorted to more traditional fixes. Makes you wonder if they carried a bit of fencing wire with them - or they just 'found' it by the roadside!

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