Not so golden oldie
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THE ASQUITH Motor Carriage Company of Great Yeldham, Essex, has built its first reproduction mini-bus.
The Asquith Mascot is based on a Ford Transit chassis and fitted with an old-style grp body.
The first vehicle built for Chef and Brewer for courtesy use has not been built to psv specifications and is fitted with nine-to-10 passenger seats.
The Mascot is priced at 07,800 for a petrol-engined vehicle or .S.:18,781i for a 2.5 litre diesel version.
Optional extras on the Chef and Brewer vehicle include a solid brass radiator surround and chronic plated fittings.
Although the first Asquith coach does 110t nicer psv requirements because of its inadequate passenger headroom, the company is developing a long• wheelbase version that will.
The psv version is expected to be around .:.2,c)n0 more than the standard Mascot.