Guest Flyer1 Posted April 10, 2015 Share Posted April 10, 2015 Just thought i would start a thread for those interested on an Australian bodied 1933 "Flyer"I started on this project a while ago,was told at the time that Continental cars in general were quite thin on the ground.Is very hard to get a great deal of information on these vehicles,we don't even know where the car was bought from.Not many made it to Australia and those that did were bodied by a company T.J.Richards in Australia.We did not have the option of the Ace,only the Flyer and Beacon made it to Australia and to the best of my knowledge 199 made their way to Australia.There are many pictures of this build but just for illustrations sake i will try and post a couple from start to not long ago.In this picture basically looking at what we started out with.a picture from the front after a little wood work "patience" I have quite a few pictures of this car in various states and will update this thread from time to time.From what i have been able to find from the internet is that there seems to be a pronounced difference in the shape of the frontbumper on these cars,i am not sure if they differed between models but the front bumper on this one is not "recessed" or "pushed in look" in the center.Also this one has two rear bumpers or bumpets,one small bumper on each side. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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