It seems that several people have had a simultaneous idea to form a Club for owners of the ADO15 B.M.C. babies, but it appears that Mr. R. Miller, of 14, Lyman Crescent, Ilford, Essex, was first on the scene as the Mini-Se7en Club, of which he is Secretary, has 200 members already, and application is being made for R.A.C. recognition. Full details of the Club are available from Mr. Miller.
HOBBS FOR BORGWARD
The British Hobbs automatic transmission system is now available on all Borgward models from the 11/2-litre 60-b.h.p. Isabella to the 2.3-litre 100-b.h.p. Big Borgward.
A large new Service and Stores Division for Volvo cars is now in Operation at 46, Gloucester Avenue, London, N.W.1. It is staffed with Volvo-trained mechanics and pre-delivery checks will be carried out at this new depot.
FOUR-SPEEDS FOR FORD
L. A. Schofield, of Peter Street, Yeovil, is now marketing a 4-speed conversion for 1,172-c.c.-engined Ford cars. Price of the kit is £50.
The British Industry (3)
Sir, I have read your editorial in the March issue, and also the many letters concerning the quality of post-war British cars, with much interest. I should like, however, to…
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