The smile of the Amilcar
owner when he passes his highpowered rival on the road, broadens when he reflects that his running costs are infinitely lower. The Amilcar will average 45 m.p.g. Its speed on the open road is to all
practical purposes unlimited. It is moreover as delightful to drive at 5 m.p.h. in traffic as when ‘ all out’ on the straight.
The sporting motorist will find all his ideals realized in this amazing little car. SOLE CO: (.4.;,’+5/0A’A. rRE.$-
159-163, CASTELNAU, LONDON, S.W. 13.
Telephone-1177 Riverside. TeleArams—” Soonest, Hammer, London.”
Alfa Romeo 8C/35
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