I'm not a regular contributor on this forum, I made an account a couple of years ago so I could ask questions after my dad passed away, (he had been a machinist for Williams Grand Prix Engineering when they first opened in Didcot).
After he died I came into possession of a ton of Williams related bits and pieces he'd kept over the years. I donated some of it to the Williams family archive after arranging a visit to Grove and meeting with Jonathan Williams who was running, (amongst other things), the museum.
I still have loads of dad's Williams related stuff which is now starting to take up needed space so I'm thinking of either selling or maybe putting into an auction, but have a question about one specific piece which I would like to know if I'm actually allowed to sell or would be considered Williams property?
Basically in amongst all of it is a rear wing end plate from one of the late 70's/early 80's cars. From what I remember from speaking with an old colleague of dad's after he died, I think it may be from the FW07C. It has the Saudia lettering on it as well.
Dad obviously was either allowed to have it or sneaked it out of the factory at some point
I don't even know if it's worth anything to anyone, but does anyone here know if it officially belongs to Williams?
I appreciate any info or advice, cheers!