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Can you identify this car?

SAHB committee member Craig Horner has sent us this picture with a request for an identification of the car.  The picture comes from a student at Manchester Metropolitan University who is researching Maurice Egerton of Tatton Hall, near Knutsford in Cheshire.

The location is clear from the caption: The Aviation Ground, Eastchurch, Sheppey Isle.  The picture dates from 1909/1910, and we reproduce it here with the kind permission of Errol Martyn.

We have added a blown-up detail of the picture:

Please use the Comments facility at the base of this post if you can help.  We should be very grateful.


One response to “Can you identify this car?”

  1. David Burgess-Wise says:

    Possibly a Belsize

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