Star Regalia 10% Secondary Item Discount.
Our Regalia Officer Ron Mitchell has announced that following the success of the Pre-Increase offer over the Christmas period that we will continue the secondary item discount
Ron say “We are able to do this as there is a saving for the club on the postage of multiple items”.
This means the highest price item in an order remains at the full listed price but any additional items are discounted by 10% off (this would also apply to the second of any of the higher prices items.
Thus if one purchased say 2 Oxford shirts which are normally £30.00 each, one of them would be discounted to £27.00 meaning a total £57.00 for the two, any other lower priced items in the order would be also discounted.
Because the website is currently unable to apply the discounts this offer is only available if paid by cheque or by direct PayPal payment to Staremail@example.com.
If you’re uncertain of how the discount applies just drop an email to Ron at Starfirstname.lastname@example.org
The Sunbeam Talbot Alpine Register was established in 1969 to encourage the use, restoration and preservation of the Talbot, Sunbeam Talbot and Sunbeam cars manufactured by the Rootes Group between 1936 and 1957.
The Sunbeam Talbot Register – often referred to as ‘STAR’ – caters for cars as diverse as side-valve Talbot and Sunbeam Talbot 10 horsepower saloons, coupes and tourers, the slightly larger 2 litre models, and the big 3 and 4 litre cars which, apart from saloon, coupe and tourer versions, also carried ‘bespoke’ bodywork by companies such as Thrupp and Maberly and the Carlton Carriage Company. STAR also caters for post-war overhead valve Sunbeam Talbot 80 and 90 saloons and coupes, Mark I and III Sunbeam Alpines, and Sunbeam Mark III saloons and coupes built until production ceased in 1957.
The Sunbeam Talbot Alpine Register is dedicated to helping its members maintain their cars in a roadworthy condition without necessarily being to concours standard. A varied range of social and competitive events are organised by the club throughout the year, and a bi-monthly magazine called STARDUST is published which contains a good selection of members’ news, technical information and advertisements.
This sketch is by Frank Wootton (1914 – 1998) and was used on the dust jacket of the 1955 2nd. edition of Wootton’s “How to Draw Cars” Vol.2