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87-year old in P76 wins 13,695km Peking-to-Paris rally

An 87-year-old Australian has won the world’s longest and toughest challenge for historic cars, driving a 45-year-old uniquely-Aussie Leyland P76. It’s the third victory in the classic car section of the Peking-to- Paris Motor Challenge for Gerry Crown and his co-driver and car builder Matt Bryson. They won in the P76 in 2013, when Crown […]

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87-year old winner Gerry Crown and his co-driver and car builder Matt Bryson.
An 87-year-old Australian has won the world’s longest and toughest challenge for historic cars, driving a 45-year-old uniquely-Aussie Leyland P76. It’s the third victory in the classic car section of the Peking-to- Paris Motor Challenge for Gerry Crown and his co-driver and car builder Matt Bryson. They won in the P76 in 2013, when Crown […]

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