The first owner of a 1937 Packard 120 d.h. coupé, JG 9450, who drove it until 1951 trouble free and then sold it back to Leonard Williams, the Concessionaires, as he was going abroad, and who saw it in Bournemouth about eight years ago, is anxious to know whether it still exists. Arising out of our reference to the increasing difficulty of finding parts such as cotter pins, taper pins, castellated nuts, etc. for the older cars, Bateson’s Ltd., 105/111, Yorkshire Street, Rochdale, Lancs, say they may sometimes be able to supply, including Whitworth, BSF, UNC and UNF-threaded bolts and nuts. A semi-dismantled yellow 1921 Morgan Runabout with MAG engine has been unearthed in the West Country, supplied when new by the Colmore Depot. J. S. Sutcliffe’s very original 11/40 Alvis tourer had a celebration in Cheshire in May on the occasion of its Jubilee. A Morgan 3-wheeler has made the Land’s End/John o’ Groats, run in a time of 21 hours 10 minutes. Those who enjoy seeing Morgans at speed should note that the MCC Silverstone Meeting takes place on July 1st and the High Speed Trial usually attracts some tricycles—they are now half-hour instead of one-hour runs, apparently. (Sad, too, that Fingle Bridge will not be used in the next Exeter Trial.) The Morgan 3-Wheeler Club (Secretary: N. Lear, Banyon House, 191, Wells Road, Glastonbury, Somerset) threatens to hold the first speed event on a banked track since Brooklands next September and a 1913 Morgan, weighing well under 5 cwt, successfully completed this year’s Pioneer Motorcycle Run to Brighton. A Scottish-owned sports Arab may be seen in future sprint events.