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The 'new' WR Tullock's
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The 'new' WR Tullock's

Picture taken on 6th December 1981. What kind of car is that? For some reason the word Simca comes to mind. Or is it a Fiat?

See picture #194 for Tullock's in 1910 and picture #294 for Tullock's in 1962
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Picture added on 23 December 2005
The car in question is a Simca 1100 possibly supplied by William Munro and Son, Invergordon
Added by Inga McGarry on 19 February 2006
I remember Mr. McInnes the headmaster at Papdale Primary School had a blue Simca. Does anyone else remember it? it's maybe him in the picture!
Added by Paul Groundwater on 20 February 2006
Yes its a SIMCA - more likey bought at IAN R SWANNEY Great Western Road - BTW what a shocking way to take right turn !
Added by Al Hine on 09 July 2006
Ah yes, the very popular, at the time, Simca 1100.Many memories of fixing them when I worked at Swanney's until 1991.Remenber how many of these cars lay at Ned Spence's place alongside the Harray Loch.
Added by Jeff Miller on 31 December 2006
While thinking about the Simca I began to wonder whatever happened to those other rather unreliable favourites the Talbot Sunbeam, Chrysler Alpine, Talbot Rancho, Renault 20 & 30, Renault Fuego, BL Allegro and so on. But there were some nice old vehicles in the 70's and 80's. If I remember correctly Jeff had a Wolsley 2200 with leather seats - how about a new posting where you bung on a picture of your favourite old car ?
Added by Whassigo on 03 January 2007
My dad used to work at that time. He remembers going to work one day and finding Tullocks burnt down!
Added by AC-C on 17 October 2018
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