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Semaphores, yes, that's right.

But no Holden ever had them. The only cars I've ever owned with them were Morris Minors, Morris Oxfords, a Hillman Minx and Peugeot 203... no, they weren't exclusive to England. Little Renault 750s had them too.

For the record, blinking turn signals were introduced to Holdens in the FE model in late 1956. Prior to that only hand signals were given.

Ray



On Tuesday, 20 December 2016 04:42:53 UTC+10, Colin Wolf wrote:

Folks,

 

Add this to your store of absolutely useless trivia.

 

A “traffickator” was more formally referred to as a “Semaphore Signal”. Morris Minors and Austins and early Holdens had them.

 

Wishing you the best for Xmas and the festive season from Brisbane Australia.

 

Colin Wolf

(1962 Phoenix)

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