Certainly looks like the Armstrong Siddeley sphinx mascot on the bonnet. I'd guess at an Armstrong Siddeley Whitley from the early 50s?
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Yes, it puzzled me for a while, Mike. It's a very clever reference to Alum Bay hence my response about pushing coloured sand down into glass lighthouses. https://i.pinimg.com/originals/bc/1c/a1/bc1ca1d676460592d718fafb5b605742.jpg https://i.pinimg.com/originals/20/1d/9b/201d9b84380c9178b2b7cce33b98b...
Nice one, Simon but I have to confess it took me 3 attempts before I spotted the pun! Silly me but I'll neither vent nor laugh at my own slowness. Did you ever go to the chine and push coloured sand down into one of those glass lighthouses? I think I may still have one somewhere. Pete PS we seem to ...
- 14 Aug 2019, 16:23
- Forum: Escorts and Stewards
- Topic: Real World Antonovs at Liverpool
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I'm sure you're right, Larry but I have to confess I've never been on a motorbike in my life. The "agricultural implements" I was referring to was the standard euphemism for illicit arms shipments - packing cases full of guns were - allegedly - often so marked. I actually had it said to me once. Bac...