Susan was yet another of the Scottish models from Ayrshire – a Bearsden girl. She was a housewife who loved skating and dancing, and worked as a secretary in a fashion house in Glasgow. But her smiling eyes and bright personality gave her that special something that made her just as stunning as the professionals.
Despite her slightly crooked front teeth – or perhaps because of them − she was the essence of Spick and Span beauty, with great legs, a sense of fun and a beguilingly sultry smile; a well-built auburn-haired lass who appeared on and off for 12 years. She was seen in a number of books during the mid 60’s and then again on and off until 1976. My feeling is that most of the pictures were taken early on, over just two or three sessions (same clothes 10 years later) and then regurgitated in the 1970’s with the topless ones being used then.
This may go some way to explaining why photographer Fullarton, who succeeded in persuading many a Bearsden girl to take off her bra in sequences that remained private, finally got some of these sets published – ToCo was desperate to try and catch up with the plethora of more adventurous and daring magazines on the bookstands at that time. But, as we all know now, they were fighting a losing battle.
Personal Details – Born 1950 36-23-36 5’5″ (165cm)
Appearances – 21 (2 backcovers), debut Beautiful Britons (January 1964)
Spick – 124(bc), 155, 181, 196, 197, 204, 207, 231, 250
Span – 113, 116, 119, 131, 211(bc), 238
Beautiful Britons – 99, 105, 222, 238, 250
Spick & Span Extra – 47