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Harold Baggott still gets behind the wheel for short journeys – 85 years after passing his test in 1936.
The Model T is just one of the many cars he has owned and is now at the National Motor Museum in Beaulieu.
Harold, from Port Solent, Hampshire, got to test a Mustang Mach-E – which is a century newer than the car he learnt to drive in.
He said: “Driving the car is an interesting experience but then technology races ahead, doesn’t it?”
His love for cars has been handed down – sons David and Jonathan both became racing drivers.
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