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Another photo of my dad with his new '67 Austin Healey 3000 in early 1968. He was a newspaper reporter and he has his "Murrow" London Fog trench coat on for the chilly top-down morning drive to Oakland (S.F. Bay Area). He made a small sticker with a label maker (remember those?) that said, "Disraeli Rides Again!" and it was applied on the inside of the glove box door. View full size.