A reader since 1970 who owns the Jaguar XK120 which was one of three raced by Risca Garages of Swansea, South Wales, in 1953/54 (chassis 661048) would like to know more about his car's competition...
Anyone who likes Austin 7s must try to be at Beaulieu on July 7 for the 750 MC's 40th National Rally for these cars. Those intending to compete will find 26 classes catering for every kind of A7 and...
Before you tell me, space restrictions forbade mention of all Ken Wharton's successes in my piece last month. So I would like to add his FTDs at the Freiburg and Bayard Alpine hill-climbs and his...
Haynes Motor Museum trust has acquired a 1915 Horstman two-seater, a make of which only five others are said to survive.
Arising from my recent article about the performances of vintage and PVT cars, I have been reminded that there is a British Hotchkiss Society, which caters for all cars of this make, including the...
The Rolls-Royce heritage trust has published the memoirs of George Bulman, head of the Air Ministry's engine-team from 1928-44. Edited by Mike Neale, it is a unique 373-page recall of aero-engine...
This year's Singer National Day is on June 16, at Brassingham Steam Centre, Norfolk. The current Singer OC's Singer Owner has details, and items on Singer-powered boats, trials teams of the 1930s,...
Those who road test modern cars do not say much about the lighting. Perhaps all cars now have perfect illumination? It amuses me a little to think that I have motored behind candle, gas and electric...
The Trojan Museum trust has been formed, with the aim of establishing a museum for products of Trojan Ltd of Croydon, cars predominant David Hambledon (01865 390124) has the details.
The VSCC Herefordshire trial was won by Barry Clarke (Austin 7). John Gill (Lea-Francis) took the opposite class. First-Class Awards were won by A Cawley (Frazer Nash), G Owen (Morris-JAP), A Johnson...