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Whittingham and Mitchel
Whittingham and Mitchel built coachwork for a variety of manufacturers in the 1930s, including all the 'greats' such as Rolls-Royce, Railton, and others. But 'bread and butter' business came from making Eustace Watkins bodies on Wolseley Hornets, and Tourer bodies for Talbot Tens.
Wolseley Nine Eustace Watkins Tourer. London dealer Eustace Watkins commissioned coachbuilders Whittingham and Mitchell to build a few open tourers on the Wolseley Nine chassis
Talbot Ten 1936. This tourer has bodywork by Whttingham & Mitchel Ltd of London
Sunbeam Talbot Ten 1946. This tourer has bodywork by Whttingham & Mitchel Ltd of London
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