Squirrels, Nuts & Flying Rivets
The hilarious story of the rebuild of Richard ‘Turbo’ Vincent’s Foden steam wagon No. 11414 Freddie.
Written by the late Brian Trevis in 2004, with much input from Richard Vincent, this 100 page book tells the story from Richard’s early days through to the rallying of this superb wagon – its trials, tribulations and successes, as well as the unbelievable adventures that befell Richard and those who came into contact with him.
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