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The 59 Club started as a youth club founded at St Mary of Eton church in Hackney Wick in 1959 by Reverend John Oates, in the East End of London. In 1962 a motorcycle section was established, meeting once a week on Saturday evenings. Judging by the reg, this'll be in the late 60's/early 70's.

Divine Intervention brings us some Good News -

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Meanwhile, the Roman Catholics do things slightly differently -

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1 hour ago, Andrew353w said:

think it's "Dominion" fuel, which was around after WW2 until the late 1960s.

 

8 hours ago, Asimo said:

What is the brand on the fuel pump behind the (Anglia ?) van please?

I think it says **** Diesel maybe Premium Diesel or Power Diesel

 

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On 6/19/2021 at 11:10 AM, Skut said:

Studebaker Goldenhawk or Packard equivalent?

It's a Studebaker Silver Hawk - 1957-1959 - identified by the 6-window cabin. The Golden Hawk and Packard were pillarless. Interesting cars, later top-model ones were supercharged making then dangerously fast... 

The supercharged engine and chassis were then reused in Avanti...these were the one of the fastest US cars at the time.

 

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