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We nearly made it out of Crawley intact, but there's always time for another quick stall:

John deploys the crank handle again in Crawley

Our lack of first gear meant hills were a no-go, and as we prepared to grab a tow up an uninviting incline, John was able to take a minute to advise TV viewers...

John interviewed by the media

...to avoid their local Crestmobile dealer and buy a Land Cruiser:

Getting a tow from a Toyota Land Cruiser

Suffice it to say, the rest of the run into Brighton was a mixture of uphill tows and stalls, punctuated by visits from the support team. Here's John's brother-in-law William Medcalf of VintageBentley preparing to have a look at our ailing transport...

William takes a look at the car

...as John gratefully accepts a very strong coffee:

John grabs a coffee while William checks the car

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