the name's Paul, from North Yorkshire, and have been a car fanatic since before i could walk!
I don't possess a Rootes car, but in the 30 years since I passed my driving test, my first 'on the road' car was a 1972 Alpine, bright orange ( not sure if it was original colour?) but I only had it a few months. I also had a 1 owner 1966 superminx with 28k miles which I bought age 13 for £30 off my dad with the intention of 'doing it up' for when I passed my test. Reg was GUM825D, grey with red interior. sadly I didn't finish it but kept it for 20+ years in my gran's barn, until she died and the house was sold in the late 90's. I sold it for the same price £30 to a friend for spares. I also used to drive Commer vans at work ( and hated them) but they do look retro-cool now
I have restored a 1972 mustang in the past. and am still a mustang owner (I've got 2 modern ones now) and in my dream garage I'd love a Sunbeam Tiger mk2 and E-type Jag
The orange covered book is CAS & CAL models Feb 1961, 80 pages good condition, cover a bit dirty around the spine
green cover is not model specific, and is undated, 16 pages, good condition
Blue covered book is the service training manual "Bedford series CA" dated July 1959, 402 pages, all pages look ok, cover is a bit creased on the corners as per the photo
the A4 paper to the right is dated 13th oct 1958 and is titled "operation of top bunks Bedford and Thames dormobile caravans" It is very faded and it was in the front of the service manual when I found it.
I'm not sure on the cost of postage to the land of Oz (blue book is fairly heavy), but you can have them all for £15 plus P&P if you are interested