LETTERS from READERS
N.B.—Opinions expressed are those of our correspondents and Motor Sport does not necessarily associate itself with them—Ed.
THE F.N. RUMPUS
Please use your prerogative and stop this puerile argument of Frazer-Nash versus Jaguar. There must be a more important use for your columns than to air the rantings of a few vain garage owners and their monied friends who have managed (heaven knows how) to acquire either of these very attractive vehicles.
To avoid the appellation ” sour grapes,” may I point out that the crux of the matter is pure economics—can one afford to pay over £1,305 more for the dubious pleasure of going a little faster on a wet road or round a blind corner ? I am Yours, etc.,
Taunton. H. WYATT.
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