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The Silk-Scott is a very early one, and for many years was owned by a Nottingham ladies underwear manufacturer, a keen vintage racing enthusiast who sponsored vintage events at Cadwell Park for a while; the very same chap from whom I obtained my first TT Scott project, which was 1928 TT1. He sadly went bankrupt, and lost his home too. I stored his two dismantled Scotts, plus the 1928 TT project, and two Morgan three-wheelers went to a chap in the next village to me, plus a racing Alvis, and my friend bought the Silk-Scott, which was in a poor state, having been stored in a damp basement garage for years. A truly superb job has been made of it, and the cable-operated rear disc brake has been replaced with a Honda drum brake.