The brucie brown car was broken up.4 years ago jon hall had what was left,,,,,,,the front wheels and axle assembly and the steering wheel and support weresearched it by looking at cockpit pics in a period custom car and lots of pics of the whole car.The front rims were ali borrani wires.Any way jon took them home and left them in his front garden and those people,,,what are they called ,,,,oh yes got it,,,,,,,thieving stinking gypos,,,stole them ,,,,,,,,,the end
Regarding Vintage Tin;cunningplan wrote: I agree it could be the old Vintage Tin car. Well the bodywork anyway, but still confused about the steering.
"The car started it's life in 1966 as 'Weekend Warrior', and then in the hands of Roy Green became 'Resurrection'. It was fitted with a Flathead V8 and known as Vintage Tin. This provided many good times and much fun, but eventually it became time for a new engine, and a Rover V8 was chosen. This also saw the arrival of a sponsor, H.T.Wells (a paint company). Indeed, it is to this sponsorship the very name Time Machine can be traced, given the similarity to H.G.Wells, author of a book by the same name. The sponsor may have been bought several times over by other companies and moved on, but the name stuck. Eventually, the chassis was sold on, and now races in Wild Bunch, campaigned by Mark Coulsell as 'Limited Funz'."
The last sentence needs updating, I believe Mark retired the car a few years ago. It was sitting in his car that made me realise I wanted a slingshot, only then did my Dad work out it was his old car
I can also tell you where the Vintage Tin cowl panel is - hanging up in my garage!