Mentallica wrote:ah! that man, I see.
Thanks for the reply, assume his estate is not interested in working with the BB Team and the museum is just being left to rot for now. thats a real shame
f1steveuk wrote:The green one, yep, as used in "Give My Regards'", Paul (Mac) was supposed to have a ISO Griffo that we were going to pick up as well, shame they don't get used!!
lsrdatabase wrote: I prefer the Hispano-Suiza with wheels. This one belongs to Sir Paul McCartney and used to be at Filching Manor. It was re-spayed and upholstered for the premier of Yellow Submarine.
Anyone wishing to see the other pics of Sir Paul McCartney's Hispano-Suiza, I've up-loaded them onto my site at http://www.rainbowcoloured.co.uk. No reason other than I didn't want to take up more room.
'I'm just that bloke, who won't go away!'
f1steveuk wrote:It was a Griffo I was supposed to be going and getting, but as I say, it got called off, and never re-arranged.
Peter Agg? If so, it was Trojan, they built F5000s and customer McLarens, and finally the Trojan F1 car, which was a butt ugly piece of kit that Tim Schenken drove, but didn't qaulify very often!!
Charlie Agg (Peter's son) still races, last time I bumped in to him, a Can Am March 707, he had something to do with Heron Suzuki, the importers, he must be in his late 50s early 60s now.
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