Whilst turning my VW in a narrow street in Oxford, a large dog (shaggy) appeared at my window with its paws resting expectantly on the door. The owner apologised, saying—”Sorry, Sir. He thought it was my sister. She’s got one of them Fox wagons, too.”
E. A. Ferguson.
A. G. SPORTING CARS.
A.C. SPORTING CARS. The Touring Models, Sports Models, and Racing Chassis. THE A.C. Sporting car is naturally a direct descendant of the A.C. Touring car. The specification of the two…
Veteran to classic: ERAs in Thailand
Tribute to Romulus Readers of this magazine should not need much introduction to the racing career of the late Prince Birabongse, who died in 1986. He raced under the pseudonym…
Cars in books, July 1973
Having referred to the smuggling book by a Customs Officer, I read "Benzedrine for Breakfast", by Noreen Price and Peter Jackson (Robert Hale, 1963), to see, as it were, the…