This year’s Daimler and Lanchester OC Concours d’Elegance was won by a non-vintage car, A. King’s 1952 Barker-bodied Daimler Special Sports, bought from its original owner in 1969. The runners-up were an unusual 1963 Daimler Majestic Major chassis endowed with a 1958 Hooper Daimler 104 body by Daimler’s Willesden Service Depot and now owned by A. Norman, and G. N. Bromfield’s 1932 16/20 sleeve-valve Daimler saloon. The 1970 winner, Mrs. Sawyers’ 1934 Lanchester Ten, sportingly stood down to give others a chance.
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Letters From Readers, April 1931
Letters from Readers. Invicta Driving Methods. I would like to make a few comments in regard to a statement on page 21 2 of the March issue of "MOTOR SPORT,"…
IN addition to vintage-car rallies, traction engine shows, flying displays, etc., there is to be a new attraction this year, in the form of aeroplane pylon racing, as enjoyed by…