Nice (and timely) line, Wirra
I first sighted the RVM Riley in a Redfern workshop as I walked from Redfern station to Sydney University where I was a student. Custom Display Industries was the name of the business which put the new-fangled fibreglass body on the car. I recall Graham Howard photographing the RVM there. Ron Evans raced it, first with a body looking so like the Petticoat Hudson body that it probably was the Petticoat Hudson body, then the body shown in Daly Telegraph pic, yellow painted. Riley-engined, the car was never quick but certainly consistent and won a division 3 race or two. When Ron Evans moved to Parkes he sold the car there, I reckon perhaps to the father of the woman shown in the pic. It still exists, I think with Arthur Babbington
Bodies from the same mould were put on other cars including Jim Johnson's MGTC crashed at Coonabarabran 1957, Max Williams' Ecurie Lismore MGTC, and the much-photographed Bruderlin and Thomas MGs, one of which was owned of course by none other than Dick Willis.