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Dear Gifford, Jeff.lawrence2@btinternet.com Cromer Carnival 2012


This summer, I volunteered to drive my ’61 Gazelle Convertible in a street procession for the Annual Cromer Carnival. However, imagine my


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discovered in Norfolk and I have been asked to do it again next year. I have attached a few photos of the days’ events. All the best,


Jeff Lawrence


surprise when I was asked by the organisers to drive the Carnival Queen and a celebrity guest, to the main stage for the crowning ceremony and general entertainment on Cromer Pier. The short route was a real spectacle - the weather was unusually lovely & sunny, the streets were lined with waving people and the car looked a real picture. The celebrity was Jimmy Cricket, who


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absolutely loved the car and had it featured on his own website for a month or two afterwards. Many onlookers were intrigued by the car and


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1938 10hp Saloon. Ch A559H. Reg No ELY 366 To:- dismantling engine-Rebuilding with new pistons, piston rings, Gudgeon pins-connecting rods and big end bearings. Gaskets, packings etc-4 sparking plugs and water hoses. Decarbonizing and grinding in valves. Cleaning and adjusting distributor-cleaning petrol system. Overhauling clutch and fitting new floating plate. Removing and dismantling rear axle-reassembling with new crown wheel and pinion, bearing, pinion sleeve, distance piece-


wondered what make it was. I ended up with 4 passengers in the car and considering the very steep hill, it performed the task very well. The Singer marque has now been well & truly


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