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Journeys : April May 2010
You should consider whether the product is right for you and read the Product Disclosure Statement (PDS) before making any decisions about Tasplan. Please call 1800 005 166 to obtain a copy of the Tasplan PDS. Tasplan Ltd: ABN 13 009 563 062, AFS Licence No. 235391, RSE Licence No. L0000680. Tasplan Super: RSE No. R1000924. Call 1800 005 166 today. Tassie's largest profits-to-members industry super fund. ...your natural choice for super in Tasmania. 81919 Tasplan... Car Reviews 1953 Jowett Javelin is the Answer! The review included a picture of the vehicle in snowy highland conditions during the Tasmanian Alpine Rally. The Austin Motor Company left nothing to chance when it produced the Austin A40 Somerset and its bigger brother, the A70 Hereford ... the cars we road-tested were made available by Northern Motors Pty Ltd of George St Launceston, the Northern distributors for Austin. The firm's popular Sales Manager, Mr Dick Stackhouse, accompanied us. Letter to the editor, 1953 On a recent visit to Hobart from a remote part of the State I parked my car, perhaps rather carelessly, a little too far out from the kerb in a not very busy suburban area. A young policeman approached me, and in a most officious and unpleasant manner said: "Why don't you park in the middle of the street! Get your car in or I'll book you." I do object to sarcasm and unnecessary officiousness. Fortunately he is not tr uly representative of the average Tasmanian police officer, other wise he would have drawn my atte ntion to my small misdemeanour in a much more pleasant manner. Yours etc, Country Lad Want to buy a car? Motor News advertisements, 1953 The most r ugged and most serviceable utility of all time is the DeSoto, built by Chrysler. Ford Mainline Coupe Utility -- finest product of the world's most experienced maker of V8 engines. Available through Sullivan Motors of Devonport, Deloraine and Ulverstone. Ford Consul for a Magic Carpet ride -- £920 plus tax) Austin A40 Somerset: £367 Commer Tr ucks -- with double-life engine chromium bore Service stations were prolific advertisers in Motor News in 1953 Flowers Service Station 35 Esplanade Devonport Ladies and gents' toilets and washbasins. Six Ways Ser vice Station Sandhill, Launceston Ma x Fry's El Rio Service Station Newstead Life on the move 29 April / May 10
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