The Turner Foundation launches website for historic vehicle preservation

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The Turner Foundation, a charitable trust for the preservation, restoration and maintenance of significant historic and modern vehicles, based in Victoria has launched a website to describe its vehicles and vocation.

Currently the website features three fully restored historic vehicles, a 1925 Rolls-Royce 20hp Tourer, a 1935 Desoto Airflow sedan and a 1936 Plymouth P2 sedan.
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Other vehicles undergoing restoration include a 1923 Vauxhall Tourer, a 1934 Daimler 14hp Coupe,
a 1956 Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud and a 1970 Alfa Romeo 105 GTV Giulia.

On the website the three featured vehicles are described in detail with numerous photos of both the overall vehicles and noteworthy points of interest in their design and execution.

Also on the site is information for tertiary institutions that may be interested in particulars on how The Turner
Foundation may be able to assist in the training of craftsman and engineers to work in this specialty area of car restoration.

The Turner Foundation was established to preserve historical mechanical engineering, most notably motor vehicles and outboard engines, and to provide education to the public, engineers, motor mechanics and related trades in the restoration and maintenance of historical machinery.

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