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Rex Law's Redline


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The author, aged 76 years, is the second son of the principal character in the book, Rex Law's Redline: The Biggest Little Bus Co in Australia. Glenn was born in July 1943 and was raised with his older brother Grant, in Brisbane, Australia.


Brings back a lot of fond memories of Redline (Rex Law and the Bus Industry, especially all the photos)
The preface is good to set the scene for covering other companies, quote " I have broadened the narrative."
The research to cover so many interesting points is commendable and the read flows well.
Chapter 27 - "1970" is very sad, but confirms your wish that the book would cover Rex Law's Redline "as it was."
The appendices "A to G" give a good final lift to the end.
All the best to you and your book.
Kindest regards. -- John Tait. Leyland Motors, Brisbane. (Late 1950's to late 1970's)

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