Just watch the rear wing, early cars had the fuel filler in the body, later ones in the wing. Also of course the doors, very early ones had sliding windows! Also some will have had holes for chrome trim along the waist line.
Post by Phil Hetherington on Jul 24, 2020 7:24:09 GMT 1
Also some cars have trafficator cut-outs in the doors (mainly sliding-window cars, but not exclusively).
There are subtle internal differences between early and late doors too; on the early ones the quarterlight sits in a channel which collects water and rots, on the later ones most of the channel disappeared just retaining a couple of struts across for the screws (by the way, in my opinion these screws are completely unnecessary, the window channel will hold the quarterlight unit in place).
1954 Ferguson TEF20 (Restored. Family owned over 50 years.) 1954 Standard 10 (Early car with trafficators. Quite poorly, awaiting restoration.) 1955 Standard 10 (Restored.) + Assorted railway vehicles (some under restoration, some in the queue...)