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D Staig

My Grandfather David Staig with his '32 Ford after he returned from his Post in Darwin in WW2. He serviced Military vehicles for the Army. This last Christmas he told me he buried a heap of flathead engine components before being discharged and leaving Darwin, with the idea of returning to pick them up. Darwin is a long way from Melbourne. He passed away on Feb. 18th, 2009.

My Grandfather David Staig with his '32 Ford after he returned from his Post in Darwin in WW2.
He serviced Military vehicles for the Army. This last Christmas he told me he buried a heap of flathead engine components before being discharged and leaving Darwin, with the idea of returning to pick them up.
Darwin is a long way from Melbourne.
He passed away on Feb. 18th, 2009.
D Staig, Apr 10, 2009
    • HeyyCharger
      That's amazing!

      Got to love those early plates too.....

      Did you Grandfather ever mention to you where he left the parts?

      Once again, some amazing photos!
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