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"That's fine," said O'Day. "Let us have a drink. . . ."
After a second whisky and soda, O'Day left the Green Apple; walked down towards the main road. He found Chaloner's garage and young Chaloner at work in the workshop.
Young Chaloner remembered the incident very well.
" We don't often get a call to go and pick a car up," he said. "Usually they come here. We had a note about what was to be done to her. She was a nice car. I had quite a bit of trouble finding things out about her."
" What make of car?" asked O'Day.
" An American left-hand-drive Buick," said Chaloner. "A new one. She hadn't done more than six or seven thousand miles. I fixed her up; took her back and left her outside the Sable. I left the keys in the office."
O'Day said: "You wouldn't have that note, would you-the instructions that were sent down as to what you were to do to the car? If you could find that note," he added with a smile, "it'd be worth five pounds to me."
Chaloner rubbed his hands on some cotton waste. "We always spike 'em. Anything like that. We got a spike in the shop. Maybe it's there. There aren't too many of 'em. We don't do enough business." He grinned ruefully at O'Day.
O'Day said: "Let's look, shall we?"
They went to the corner of the work-shop where a long nail was driven into the wall. A couple of dozen pieces of paper were stuck on it-accounts, old bills

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