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  1. JohnReid's Avatar VIP/Sponsor
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    Early cars seem to have been R/H or L/H drive at the whim of the manufacturer.Is this true?
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    My 1:16th dioramas are now on permanent display at the Canada Aviaion and Space Museum,in Ottawa,Canada.The apprailals for the museum were done by Shep Paine who valued them at between $15,000 and $25,000 (US) each.
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  2. miked.'s Avatar Active Member
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    John, Some of the early American cars had provisions for left and right hand drive. I had a 51 Ford F-1 pick-up the chassis had mounting holes for the steering column on both sides of the frame. Hope this helps.
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    I am happy to report that left or right is ok for German cars up until the late 30's.


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    For Large Pictures see:

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    My 1:16th dioramas are now on permanent display at the Canada Aviaion and Space Museum,in Ottawa,Canada.The apprailals for the museum were done by Shep Paine who valued them at between $15,000 and $25,000 (US) each.
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