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Sir,

I was most interested to see one of 3 our readers suggesting the formation of a Crossley club in last month’s issue. I own a 2-litre Silver Crossley saloon which is just twenty-one this year. Its arrogant jutting radiator and uncompromising body lines represent the very cream of classic vintage design, and as for comfort and performance-

well I think the facts that these cars were supplied to H.M. King George V and to H.R.H. the Prince of Wales, and Lagondas fitted the engine in their 2-litre models speak for themselves. I am, Yours, etc., B. E. K. PEMBERTON-PIGOTT Reading. (Sq.-Ldr.) [Without our correspondent’s car the Crossley Register (Registrar : J. L. French, 149, Harris Road, Ilford) has seven cars on its books at time of writing. We hope the imposing polished aluminium ” 19.6 ‘ tourer we saw at Silverstone last year is enrolled.—En.] 41 • *

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