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(PRWEB) May 24, 2013
On June first in Weybridge, Surrey, at the Brooklands Historic sale a rare Triumph TR4 once used as a police vehicle will be auctioned, according to Daily Mail. The Triumph is one of around 100 classic cars being sold at the auction. The rare Triumph police vehicle is expected to sell for £40,000 at auction. Included with the classic convertible police cruiser is a copy of Advanced Driving Explained by Inspector W H Jobson.
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