First Car

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  1. Orrin

    Orrin No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Taken in 1955 with my 1946 Ford Prefect(right hand drive). I was on the island of
    Trinidad which at the time, was a British Colony.


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    Ah, shiny new car.
     
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    Orrin No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    My second car, a 1951 Dodge.... still in Trinidad, hence the "Left Hand Drive"
    label on the back bumper so that the other drivers know which side to look
    for hand signals!
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    Having a mixture of left and right hand drives must have created some unsafe driving environments back when hand signals were used.
     

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