There are a couple of blokes on the forum who are keeping a fatherly eye on Trevor’s son. As we can all imagine, given Trevor’s penchant for recycling and re-use, his son has inherited vast amounts of ‘stuff’ both stored at home and in storage units scattered over Northern Victoria. This inheritance is both a blessing and a curse as well as a constant reminder of his late, and much loved, father. Some of the replicas are slated for display in relevant museums and there are also a couple of REAL classic and vintage motorbikes which his son hopes one day to restore himself. As for the rest, a few of us have volunteered to help him go through it and find respectful owners or usage. I compiled a lot of his Brough Superior photos to jointly write an article with Trevor to publish in the UK Brough Owners Group magazine and I am continuing to work with his son to market some of Trevor’s stunning technical ‘blueprints’ through the same channel.
Originally Posted by Chris Parks
As his son moves on from his loss, he has required less and less support and has grown to be a well spoken, well educated, confident and independent young man. Trevor’s legacy, photos ....... and ‘stuff’ ...... are in sound hands.
.... donít vomit in the hire car!