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tracking down a Vincent Black Shadow

screenweasel

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Non-VOC Member
Hi and firstly I don't own a Vincent BUT, my father did.
I have recently found a picture of my mother sitting on it and wondered if was still around.
The reg is: LLP103
and it was owned by him in around 1955ish.
Anyone out there know of it? Long shot I know.
Just trying to see where it went and if still around for purely sentimental reasons.

Thanks
 

Jim Richardson

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VOC Member
The DVLA dont seem to have a current record for it (vehicle enquiry on the DVLA site), which probably means that it didnt make it into the V5 era, but it may have gone abroad.
 

screenweasel

New Forum Website User
Non-VOC Member
Ahh thanks anyway for looking.
Here is the said machine with my mother on it in the Cleveland hills:

Vincent.jpg


Andy
 

Vince Farrell

Well Known and Active Forum Website User
VOC Member
Hi and firstly I don't own a Vincent BUT, my father did.
I have recently found a picture of my mother sitting on it and wondered if was still around.
The reg is: LLP103
and it was owned by him in around 1955ish.
Anyone out there know of it? Long shot I know.
Just trying to see where it went and if still around for purely sentimental reasons.

Thanks

I know quite a bit about this Rapide (not Shadow) give me a call on 01977 512941 for more info.

Vince Farrell - VOC Machine Researcher
 
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