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(1) Happiness is a classic car.

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(2) David and Brian Chan outside their garage in Bedok.

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(3) Lotus in yellow livery and red Austin-Healey Sprite await their turn in the workshop.

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(4) David Chan has owned his beloved 'Bugeye' Sprite for 54 years

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(5) An MG Y-Type saloon, dating from around 1950.

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(6) Y-Type dashboard.

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(7) Wooden sports steering wheel of the 'Bugeye'.

Classic love story

David Chan and his son Brian explain why old cars are so dear to their hearts
Aug 26, 2017 5:50 AM

David Chan has spent most of his life (he's 72 now) around cars - building, restoring and racing classic British makes like MG, Lotus and Triumph. He still owns the motor workshop where he and son Brian painstakingly bring old cars back to life. It is filled to overflowing with vehicles in

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