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Front of cars ok?     Back in my youth I had each of these - the red TR4 was just like this one on the left while the TR3 was a mint green and I had two MGA's at different times;  one red and the other BRG (green)

@c.sam, any front end will do! Great batch of British sports cars, the TR3 is my favorite. But, I must say, you being an owner of the real things you must enjoy the mechanical/electrical challenges of them! More power to ya, they are fun cars to drive.

@c.sam posted:

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Front of cars ok?     Back in my youth I had each of these - the red TR4 was just like this one on the left while the TR3 was a mint green and I had two MGA's at different times;  one red and the other BRG (green)

c.sam...great scene!  Are the three British Leyland's made by Corgi??   Some serious "front ends" here" by Corgi...

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My FEF takes me back to the early ‘60s.
The BMT standard 3 car set; with a white disc attached to the gate. This indicated that it was the “Bankers Special”.  It ran on the Brighton Line.  It was switched from Local to Express between Avenue U and Kings Highway, and ran express to Prospect Park. At Prospect Park there was a single track to Dekalb Ave. The express track ran over the Manhattan Bridge. The Local went into the tunnel. The white disc indicated to the tower that this train should be switched to the IND tracks, which would take it to the Nassau Loop; stopping at Broad St, Nassau St, and Fulton Street whigh was the last stop. It would then be routed over the Manhattan Bridge back to the Brighton Line. In the afternoon in ran the reverse.
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