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each knew Ellis when they were teenagers, in "the good old days. . Terry "Chick" Henson Chick Henson from Kempston, Beds, was a fitter and then a design draughtsman who kept busy with car repairs and rugby when he wasn't racing and running Brafield's catering - no lazy man. Please respect Russ's signature and copyright of his painting. 10: White-tops #151 Ken Sheridan from Enfield on the outside of Johnny Goodhall who has Ken Freeman's retired 61 number only' the third of SIX numbers used by "Gimpy Pratt's Rolls rad on row six? Sheila was in the 1960 Royal Variety Show with Max Bygraves, Lonnie Donegan, Russ Conway, explication Shakespeare and The Crazy Gang! Cecil's 368 in the Brafield fence, with Freddie Mitchell blazing past; photo from Russ Thomas. I am grateful to Bruce, who passed away at the end of February after generously, during his illness, taking the trouble to pass on the Laurie brothers' history and these photographs. .
Bob earned a red top in 1970. . Hey, we'd better have a dramatic photo of a B47 getting aloft with the help of some rocket-assist. Here is Ellis Ford doing the honours, presenting a boo-ootiful bouquet of flowers, and doesn't he look charming? A quantity of something kept, as for future use: countable a good stock of tuna fish cans in the cupboard. Doug Warner, from Birmingham, who raced 1959 to 1964, is on the right; on the left is Bert the mechanic, and a youngster named Barry behind the wheel. C'est peut tre moins le cas dans Sherlock Holmes c'est vrai. March 2010: No, the rules did not allow four-wheel drive. Only a few photos show Johnny with a public smile - more often they show a rather intense look see an official Johnny King profile, which probably gave a shiver to even his bravest rivals. Here's Albert Griffin looking tough in the pits at Long Eaton in 1963. November 2013 update "look AT life" Some of us remember sitting in Odeon and Gaumont cinemas, waiting for the main film, and watching Rank's look AT life documentaries in the mean time. Notice the #386 boot, which is actually the louvred engine cover from a rear-engined Renault 4CV. Marian raced from from 1954 to 1980, under 383, 414, and the famous 38 number too.