Articles tagged Adlards Motors Ltd.

Page 17 of January 1946 archive issue thumbnail Page 17, January 1946

Club News

We Hear A Chiswick garage is using a 1926 7.5 Citroen for driving lessons and towing jobs. R. S. Shapley has disposed of his Type 35C Bugatti and now owns an 8th Series open Lancia "Lambda" and an R-type M.G. Lieut. Cameron acquired Boddy's Lancia "Lambda." Alas, John Gordon's G.N. chassis went for scrap while he was in Italy — this, too, like the G.N. which Boddy found, was stored in a Leeds...

Page 36 of May 1938 archive issue thumbnail Page 36, May 1938

THE FOUR-SEATER PRODUCTION-MODEL ALLARD-SPECIAL

THE FOUR-SEATER PRODUCTION-MODEL ALLARD-SPECIAL TI-IE V8 Allard-Specials of Sydney Allard, Guy Warburton and F. D. Gilson, together with the amazing V12 Allard-Special driven by K. N. Hutchison, are universally recognised as amongst the most potent trials and sprint motors of the present era. Messrs. Adlards Motors Ltd. have been in a position to supply replicas of these cars to private owners...

Page 24 of January 1939 archive issue thumbnail Page 24, January 1939

RUMBLINGS

This Supercharging SUPERC.HAR( ; I NG of ordinary road-cars is ever a fascinating topic, for all save the very fortunate can do with more urge beneath the throttle foot, and yet not so many wish to go to the trouble of super-tuning or hotting up and the more frequent attention that this entails. Unfortunately, you cannot buy a blower in a big cardboard box, tack it onto your engine, and sail past...

Page 15 of August 1947 archive issue thumbnail Page 15, August 1947

The Steyr-Allard

The first published description of Sydney Allard's new air-cooled V8 sprint car, which is competing for the British Hill-Climb Championship. One of the sensations of this year's sprint events has been the debut of S. H. Allard's new sprint car, his air-cooled V8 single-seater Steyr-Allard. Allard commenced Motoring fast many years ago with a Morgan 3-wheeler and later with a very ingenious four-...

Page 16 of March 1939 archive issue thumbnail Page 16, March 1939

THE MODEL-N FORD

THE MODEL-N FORD The Ford Motor Co. Ltd. has been displaying a 1906 Model-N Ford touring car in dealers' showrooms about the country. We saw this car in the Streatham and Putney showrooms of Messrs. Adlards Motors Ltd., and were interested to note, that, unlike the immortal model-T, it had transverse suspension at the front only, rear suspension being by means of full-elliptic springs. The 20 h.p...

Page 58 of July 1977 archive issue thumbnail Page 58, July 1977

Book Reviews

"Allard -The Inside Story" by Tom Lush. 207 pp. 9+ in. x 7; in. (Motor Racing Publications, 28 Devonshire Road, London, W4 2HD. £7.95.) Although we reviewed an Allard history as recently as last May, and very good it is, if you can afford the extra price of Lush's book you will get more information and more pictures about this very sporting, now defunct, make of car. Indeed, this book is more...

Page 17 of October 1945 archive issue thumbnail Page 17, October 1945

Club News

We hear Norman Sharp, he of the Scott motorcycle and 3-litre Maybach-gearboxed Lagonda, has acquired Lacy's 3-litre Bentley, as Lacy is going away — genuine case of "owner going abroad." Denis Jenkinson's "basic" hack is said to be a s.v. 16 H. Norton. And writing of early motor-cycles, an A.B.C. has been found in a barn in Northumberland, an early chain-drive, 2-stroke Enfield runs around...

Page 2 of October 1943 archive issue thumbnail Page 2, October 1943

Service for the services

Adlards Motors, Ltd., once makers of Allard Specials, now on big-scale overhaul of Army vehicles. Many enthusiasts now serving with our mechanised forces must wonder what becomes of their vehicles when they are reported unfit for further service. They will be interested to know that vehicles which have served them faithfully, perhaps in the heat of battle, are not reduced to scrap when their...

Page 21 of August 1938 archive issue thumbnail Page 21, August 1938

THE CATALOGUE SPORTS CAR RACE

THE CATALOGUE SPORTS CAR RACE EXCELLENT THREE-HOUR EVENT OF THE LIGHT CAR CLUB AT BROOKLANDS WON BY DELAHAYE AT 63.46 M.P.H. ONLY ONE RETIREMENT. THE Light Car Club deserves every credit for the new event which it ran at Brooklands on July 16th to replace the old and lamented Relay Race. Although scarcity of entries threatened to spoil this Three-Hour Race over the full Brooklands Campbell road...

Page 16 of March 1939 archive issue thumbnail Page 16, March 1939

THE ALL-ROUND ALLARD

THE ALL-ROUND ALLARD Some time ago the Allard-Special was referred to by one of the weekly motoring papers as "not everyman's car," because of "specially light construction and general weight distributed somewhat freakishly over the back axle." That is a statement which is unfair to the production range of Allard-Specials, which, incidentally includes a four-seater tourer, one of which we often...

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