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1934 Chrysler Airflow

Shooting brake body by Dave Norquoy.
The Inn, St Marys
The Steelwork in the background is the remains of the Strond Cinema. There were two wooden sections, one on each end making it half as long again. The Nissen underneath was used as a cinema at M9 battery Cleat.
Picture added on 16 March 2007
The Dave Norquay could be my father, he worked in Marwicks garage after the war. He was very knacky handed, which unfortunately he didn't pass on to me. The nissen hut was used as a coal store by Buchans shop for many years.Jock Skea stayed in the Inn cottage and the Sinclair family in The Inn when I grew up in Holm
Added by Dave Norquay on 17 March 2007
Yes Dave it was your father, He also worked at the garage for years before before the war. He played a big part in the manufacture of the Corona washing machines, and in the making of the loader, photos of which I will put on the site soon. Yes Dave was a topper !!! Ron
Added by Ron Marwick on 17 March 2007
Whatever happened to the Airflow?
Added by Andrew.Minney on 05 April 2007
What a lovely clear photo. Talk about built to last!
Added by Joan Armstrong on 11 April 2007
photo is '35 airflow (u.s.)
Added by Al Garcia on 18 December 2007
The Registration No, was BPJ671. BPJ was issued in Surrey from Aug to October 1934
Added by Ron Marwick on 19 December 2007
See picture #18682 for similar viewpoint
Added by Alison on 18 September 2011
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