As we close for press we hear of a few interesting cars for disposal. The Anzaniengine(‘ Lea-Francis which itarry Bowler mentioned in his recent ” Cars I Have Owned ” article is in London and for sale at about £25, some R:50 having been spent On it just before the war, when it was 99 per cent. finished, and has not been run since.
Then there are two F.W.D. Alvis 2-seaters, a spare engine, and spare blacks, valves, supercharger, manifolds, camshafts, gearbox parts, front universals, half shafts, crown wheels and pinions, etc., for same, can be had for £50 the lot. A Lea-Francis, less engine, is offered at £5.
The famous twin o.h.c. Aston-Martin ” Razor 13Iade ” is seeking a new home, a 1903 single-cylinder de Dion has been seen in Shoreham, and someone is willing to exchange a non-spring-frame I,000-c.c. Ark! Square Four solo for a sports car, with cash adjustment 6( her way.
“The 1,Vorld’s domobiles,” mentioned in ” Rumblings,” is available as stated, in 1931 edition, at 5/6 per copy.
Seafe has purchased Mrs, Cowell’s Frazer-Nash.
It-will not have escaped notice that by prodigious efforts our magazine has been published earlier this month. To save unnecessary correst-onde n ye may we mention that the date (Arra 1st) is not in any way connected with this event, though possibly some of our critics may consider it most suitable.
LOOKING BACK ON Piers Courage
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LETTERS from READERS, August 1950
grasping a snutll-dianteter, thick-rimtned steering wheel, peering through the tall V-sercen over a very low, stubby bonnet with an excellent, view of ample front wings. Paintwork unmarked, ori!dnal " Victorian…