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How can I identify a pre-WW1 car?

I have a photograph of a pre-First World War car, complete with registration number. The car is being driven by my grandfather who was a chauffeur. I have tried many times to identify the car and its manufacturer, but no success. Can any one help?

Asked on 16 May 2016 by Bammy

Answered by Honest John
Try the archivists at the National Motor Museum, Beaulieu. They make a charge for this service that goes back into supporting the museum.
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