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Old 01-01-1970, 12:00 AM   #1
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Default Re: rhd 1929 roadster

In Reply to: rhd 1929 roadster posted by Larry Churchwell on May 02, 2001 at 11:59:32:


It would be interesting to know the origin of your R.H.D. roadster. British Empire Factories (except Dagenham) were actually subsiaries of Ford of Canada and Canadian models were set up with brackets on the frame so that they could be assembled either as right hand drive or left hand drive. Even today more countries drive on the left side than on the right. Whie you could change it over why bother. Just remember the edge of the ditch is your friend. I frequently drive right hand drive WW2 Canadian Army trucks at the local Regimental Museum. If you are really nervious get a removable "CAUTION! right hand drive" sign to hang from the luggage rack when traveling.


 
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