Jean Reville used to make a sports version of the front drive B.S.A. in London, later turning his attention to Skirrow midgets. He now send us news from Australia of his latest project, the Reville Ranger, intended to sell for about £500. A tubular chassis is suspended on 16-1/4-elliptic springs, B.S.A.-fashion, and a Lanchester Ten engine will be used, in conjunction with a Daimler fluid flywheel and Reville multi-variable gearbox; 60-70 m.p.h. and a cruising speed of 50 m.p.h. are expected.