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The LAT Collection contains a host of motoring treasures, many of which haven’t seen the light of day for decades. An early visit in 2012 to Haymarket’s Teddington, Middx base (at that point Haymarket were the custodian’s of the LAT Collection), unearthed these three photographs, all of which appeared in the Light Car & Cyclecar magazine in the autumn of 1928. They were discovered in a neglected folder and all had the Light Car & Cyclecar stamp on their reverse side. They show images of the very recently released Morris Minor Fabric Saloon which (almost certainly) was one of the early development cars, as these photos reveal a number of features that were absent from production models. (Light Car Photoscans courtesy of Motorsport Images)