In 1961, when working in England as an electrical apprentice, I purchased from Dan Margulies a 1930 International Aston Martin, chassis no 561, registration no HX 1556.
I have owned this car ever since, and have often wondered what its past history was, who were its previous owners, etc. I have no ownership papers. The Aston competed in the Dunedin Festival Road Race in March this year (pictured left),
Russell Mclvor, Invercargill, NZ.
The Constantinesco Converter
Last year in Motor Sport, under "V-E-V Miscellany", you mention the Constantinesco Torque Converter, of the 1920s. My Christmas present for 1928 was a book entitled ''The Book of Remarkable…
Playing to the masses
Ginetta used to be described as 'niche'. Not any longer. Thanks to owner Lawrence Tomlinson, the British sports car company is growing up fast By Ed Foster Ginetta chairman Lawrence…
Product of the month Remember that stunning bronze-cast life-size sculpture of Ayrton Senna flat-out up Eau Rouge from artist Paul Oz? Well, if you loved that piece, but couldn’t quite…