In the “Matters of Moment” article of the current number of your most excellent magazine, it is stated that Voisin “was the only maker sufficiently eccentric to build an engine with 12 pots in-line”.
This, Sir, is not so.
In Profile Publications No. 94 (page 6), mention is made of two “one-off” Packards built in 1931, one of which was a straight-12.
[These Packards were prototypes. I was referring to a car which at least made a Motor Show.—Ed]