Lustre: Professional photo paper with a fine grain pebble texture
Metallic: Glossy finish and metallic appearance to create images with exceptional visual interest and depth
Immediate post war M20s/M21s were supplied with girder forks, but by 1948, telescopic forks were fitted. Rigid frames continued alongside plunger type rear suspension until 1960. In 1956, an 8-inch front brake was introduced for the M21 while the M20 was dropped from the range. In 1958 the M21 was listed as a ‘special order’ machine only, the AA continued buying the model until 1963.
Confirmed Petrol Head first and foremost, who happens to enjoy photography as a hobby. I was bitten by the motor sport bug at a young age and prefer long distance sports car racing over single seaters. I also love the passion and enthusiasm of the owners and drivers of historic race cars and find this form of motorsport, as well as rallying, the most spectacular because of the lower grip levels and loose style of driving employed.