The 1962 Motor Show-Oct 17-27

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Once again the Earls Court Motor Show has attracted the bulk of the world’s motor trade, over sixty manufacturers being allocated stands, while supporting the main exhibits will be the carriage and body building concerns and the galleries of accessory and component suppliers. Stand numbers (provisionally) of the motor manufacturers and suppliers are as follows : A.C. 135, A.F.N. 153, Alvis 94, American Motors Corp. 96, Aston-Martin and Lagonda 127, Austin 120, Auto Union 112, Bentley 97, B.M.W. 104, Bristol 95, Chrysler 124, Citroen 119, Anthony Crook 150, D.A.F. 141, Daimler 98, Dodge 102, Facel 139, Fairthorpe 140, Ferrari 155, Fiat 101, Ford 105, General Motors 113, General Motors, Canada 138, Donald Healey 142, Hillman 110, Humber 121, Jaguar 108, Jensen 128, Lancia 93. Lincoln Cars 148, Lotus 116, Maserati 103, Mercedes-Benz 115, M.G. 123, Morgan 111, Morris 118, NSU 151, Panhard 129, Peugeot 134, Reliant 126, Renault 100, Riley 131, Rolls-Royce 99, Rover 117, Saab 149, Simca 152, Singer 132, Standard 130, Studebaker-Packard 133, Sunbeam-Talbot 106, Triumph 122, TVR 145, Vanden Plas 136, Vauxhall 107, VW 147, Volvo 146, Wolseley 109. Carriage work: Abbott 75, Harrington 69. Martin Walter 88, Mulliner/Park Ward 72, Ogle 68, Pininfarina 77, Pressed Steel 74, Harold Radford 79, Rootes 84, Thrupp & Maberly 73, James Young 81, Zagato 76. Accessory and Component Manufacturers: AC-Delco 372, Aircraft Marine Products 58, Allard Motor 214, Autocar Electrical Equipment 344, Bosch 264, Borg Waruer 307, Bowmaker 34, Brake Lining 278, Britax 398, Burgess Products 294, Delaney Gallay 178, Desmo 325, Alexander Duckham 255, Dunlop Rim & Wheel 200, E.N.V. Engineering 322, Fram Filters 251. Girling 277, Hardy Spicer 359, Hobbs Transmission 390, I.C.I. 228, Intalok 9, Karobes 187, Laycock Engineering 355, Laystall Engineering I90, Lexington Products 238, Lockheed Hydraulics 331, Lodge Plugs 203, Lombank 35, Joseph Lucas 275, 210, 211, 274, Magnatex 284, Marchal 261, Microcell 57, Moss Gear 196, Postland Engineering & Trading 401, Rally-Klad 15, Raybestos-Belaco 340, Raydyot 303, Rubery Owen 182, Small & Parkes 221, Solex 177, S.U. Carburetters 193, Trico-Folberth 263, Tudor Accessories 347, K. F. Ward 21, Weathershields 180, Wingard 321, Zenith Carburetter 192. Tyre Section: Avon 166, Bergougnan 170, Dunlop 169, Firestone 162, Goodyear 363, Henley 164, India 161, John Bull 173, Kelly-Springfield 165, Michelin 167, North British 171, Pirelli 172. Service Equipment: Britool 464, Castrol 468, Crypton Equipment 428, Dunlop Rubber 440, Epco 441, Gordon Tools 425, Ingersoll-Rand 443, Kismet 456, Laycock Engineering 455, Mann Egerton 422, Romac 439, Runbaken Electrical 421, Tecalemit 461, Tyresoles 451, Vacmobile 457. Associations: A.A. 47, B.A.R.C. 41 , M.O.T. 53, R.A.C. 51.

Motor Sport will be on Stand No. 63.

Mrs. Eleanor Hudson has taken over from Peter Hackett as Secretary of the Riley Register. All communications should be addressed to 17, Laneham Avenue, Arnold, Notts.

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