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Thanks for that message to the muddled up history
Do you have any correspondence or anything with the Evans and kitchen logo on , I want to find or get a Evans and kitchen tax disc holder to complete my restoration , car was originally sold by the dealer and trying to bring it back as a show...
Cheers for the pic but I don't think that that is the particular garage I'm looking for ,
Birmingham cardrome was at 426-434 coventry road which was and still is a 2 story building , it's now a collection of shop fronts but I believe when it was the cardrome is was a large 2...
firstly a big thank you to all those who have me info on my other recent post asking for info on evans and kitchen
i have another help and info request that id like to put out there .
Does anyone know any info or have pictures of BIRMINGHAM CARDROME , who were on the coventry road...
hi bernie , thanks for the reply, i believe it was R.J EVANS AND KITCHEN , ive contacted evans halshaw but as of yet no luck, i have found 2 pics of the company dating to the late 60s but apart from that there is nothing
im trying to find some info on an old 60s and 70s car dealer from the birmingham area, namley EVANS AND KITCHEN LTD , ive found very little online but wondered if anyone has any old magazines or papers that may have adverts etc for the company , i have a 73 mg midget and it was originaly...