I was interested to read “Training to be a Rolls-Royce Chauffeur.”
Readers may be interested in the enclosed photograph showing “pupils” of the School, taken circa 1925. I am pleased to say that the Mr. Hitchcock whose son has kindly loaned this to me, “passed out” of the course with a certificate identical to that which you illustrated!
Canterbury. Michael Worthington-Williams.
Sir, I was interested to read the letter you published, from Mr. A.F. Poynton, concerning the windscreen washer on his 1935 Triumph Gloria, particularly as I also owned a 1935…
International Rallycross came to Lydden Hill last month with the British round of the Embassy European Championship, now ending its first successful season on the calendar. A strong contingent of…
Miniatures news, March 1965
Two new Corgis this time, of special interest. The first is a F.1 Lotus Climax, claimed to be the most perfect die-cast model racing car ever produced. The front and…