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I was told I was almost born in the back of my father's Bond Mini-Car, but I do have vague memories of it, or more an event that happened. They had 3 wheels and wooden axles, and one of the rear wheels rolled past us before the car dropped to the side.
I remember the old Ford Popular and a similar style of car called the Standard 8, the strong overpowering smell of the leather seating mixed with oil, no seat belts and indicators on a bakalite control knob that flipped out the little arms at the side.
I remember the cars of my aunts and uncles, the Ford Popular 2, the Rover 90, the Hillman Imp, Ford Zephyr, Ford Zodiac and the Fiat 500. My Fathers Mini Clubman's and mini-vans, Austin A35 vans, Ford Thames van, The Atlas van converted to a camper, the Mk1 Ford Transit mini-bus, and Bedford MKII Dormobile, and the various MkI, MKII, and MKIV Cortinas up to when I left home.
Some of the fastest could do 90 mph !
Since my first moped in 1975 I have owned a mixed variety of vehicles.