Beardmore London Taxi

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Beardmore London Taxi

This Beardmore Paramount MK7 London Taxi was build in 1963 by Windovers for beardmores of Great portland Street in London. Only 650 were built and they were considered the Rolls Royce of taxis. They were the first London taxis to have aluminium body and glass fibre wings and roof. The charge for passengers is made of Bakelite and there is a luggage platform. There's also an ashtray which takes us back to pre smoking bans in taxis. It can carry five passengers.

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