Britain’s longest continuous driver George Geeson: his car collection

October 4, 2010 | by | 0 Comments

Britain’s longest continuous driver, George Geeson, is celebrating today after he reached his 100th birthday.

Since George passed his  test 85 years ago, he has owned 17 cars with the iconic Ford Model T the first vehicle he drove.

Over the course of his driving career, the centurion has NEVER crashed and he’s just had his license extended for a further three years because he’s in such good health.

Here’s a breakdown of the George’s car history:

GEORGE’S CARS:

First drove a Model T Ford in 1925

OWNED:

1935 – blue Willys-Overland Whippet



1937 – black Ford 8 saloon

1939 – black Ford Anglia ‘standard’

1940 – blue Buick Special saloon

1941 – grey eight-seater Humber Pullman

1941 – grey Model A Ford

1953 – green Ford Popular

1959 – green with white top Ford Consul

1963 – Ford Consul

1965 – dark blue Jaguar 3.8 S-type



1970 – green Chrysler Valiant

1974 – dark blue Triumph Spitfire1500

1976 – blue Austin Maxi

1980 – green Austin 1100



1984 – Austin 1100

1997 – red Peugeot Diesel 306

2001 – red Peugeot 106



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