A 1905 45-h.p. Spyker tourer which was found some years ago on an Australian farm and was duly restored has returned to the land of its birth, and is to be donated to the Dutch nation. It travelled to Holland in an ACT container. The owner of the 1931 Frazer Nash Falcon driven in the past by F. B. Robinson, K. N. Hutchison and J. Fry, amongst others, is anxious to discover more of its history—its Reg. No. is HX 2820. Letters can be forwarded. W. W. Marsh points out that he owns the only Edwardian Star in captivity, correctly fitted with Bosch dual magneto and coil ignition, in case anyone should misconstrue this as the car referred to as having magneto ignition converted to coil in our recent discourse on modern Concours d’Elegance competitions. The mystery engine owned by R. B. Leslie appears to be a 309-c.c. Redrup—ask Motor Sport and you get the answers!
What Do You Know About Cars ?
What Do You Know About Cars ? REPORT ON PROBLEM No. 10. THE winner of our Competition last month was : Monsieur L. Miehaux, Avenue Britannique 14, Antwerp, Belgium, to…
Of the cars referred to above, the Viper vanished mysteriously in the 1930s but Delage II, rebuilt and re-bodied for VSCC racing by N Arnold-Forster, is about to be auctioned,…
Re-Discovering West-Country Trials Hills With A Singer Roadster
An Economical Overhead Camshaft Open Four-Seater in the Pre-War Sports-Car Tradition Visits Some M.C.C. "Observed Sections"