Derek Browne’s Clark frame numbered 142, is dated to 1953 as it too was purchased from its original owner, Phil Ellison. It would appear that Geoff Clark moved premises quite frequently throughout his retailing career for a small business, and although I have yet to establish exactly when Sunter and he parted company, I have been advised that Sunter did give Clark some tuition in frame building, along with a later employee and ex-racing team colleague, Ken Jowett, who also trained as a frame builder at Whitaker and Mapplebeck before going to work for Geoff Clark..
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