Delivered to K.J. Mulder early 1922. Enjoyed by the family on jaunts to Brighton for dinner at The Grand and toured enthusiastically by his son Albert across ‘The Continent’
The pioneering four-wheel brakes were so ahead of their time that Albert was forced to fit a sign saying “CUTION! FOUR WHEEL BRAKES” as the local constable had noted “other motorists weren’t used to a thing of that size stopping that quickly”
Campaigned by Albert Mulder and her next owner Robert Weston at Brooklands where she won the 1926 MCC Reliability trial
Rediscovered by Bernard Parris in 1957 and passionately restored to former glory over a 12-year period then toured in Europe and sold to wealthy architect Mr. David Brookbank
Thoroughly loved and successfully toured through Scotland under the current ownership spanning more than three decades
Recent maintenance work by Pre-War experts Parkes Restoration
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