Crowded out of the ” Veteran—Edwardian—Vintage ” section, recent news of old cars thought to be looking for new owners includes a Delaunay-Belleville limousine of the Edwardian era, a sad Type 37 Bugatti the chassis of which has been sawn in two, another vintage Bugatti with several parts missing, a Type SLF Lorraine-Dietrich tourer, a rusty but operational Model-T Ford with special body, a Type AG Renault taxi, a Renault tourer, a De Dion Bouton tourer and a couple or more unknown vintage cars, one with wooden chassis. An Isotta-Fraschini front axle, at present on a disused trailer, is reported from N. Wales. Still they turn up, the latest being a Rolls-Royce saloon and a 1926 Humber Fourteen tourer in sorry state in a shed behind piles ot rubbish “somewhere in Surrey.” where they have stood since before the war, but not for sale. Then there is a J.A.P.engined Raleigh 3-wheeler van for sale in Northamptonshire. an early Leyland platform lorry and other old cars in a yard in Scotland, and a 9.8h.p. 1934 B.S.A. saloon derelict since 1959. A reader needs a Mk. I 18/80 M.G. engine. Letters can be forwarded
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Sir, I enjoyed your very interesting article on endurance records, but I am afraid that the information on the British Outright 24 Hour record is a little out of date.…
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