Articles tagged Allard Company

Page 42 of May 1957 archive issue thumbnail Page 42, May 1957

Vintage Postbag

Sir, I was interested to read in your February issue the statement quoted from the Badminton Magazine that Springfield production of the 40/50 Rolls-Royce was to reach some nine cars a week by the middle of 1921; but I wonder whether this figure was ever achieved, except perhaps during isolated weeks? So far as I am aware (and this is corroborated by a well-informed article in the Journal of the...

Page 39 of November 1964 archive issue thumbnail Page 39, November 1964

Continental Notes

Back in the spring I warned the Editor that the November Continental Notes would not have much about the Continent in them, for "come Formula Two or high water" I was going to attend the 1st British Drag Festival. The newly-formed British Drag Racing Association had announced their intention of bringing to this country some of the top American Drag Racing Teams, and we were promised the sounds...

Page 17 of April 1950 archive issue thumbnail Page 17, April 1950

Allard Activities

The Allard is a car which has earned a very warm place in the enthusiast's heart, for it evolved directly from the Ford Specials built by Sydney Allard when he was an amateur competitor in trials and rallies. Moreover, as Managing Director of the present Company, Allard drives as actively as ever in competition events, in direct contrast to the bowler-hatted, rolled-umbrella executives of many...

Page 40 of July 1958 archive issue thumbnail Page 40, July 1958


ONE of the most potent Allards in the world and three of the most interesting cars of this make in one stable are the property of Mr. Eric Alexander of Worthing. The fastest of the trio is a remarkable car, inasmuch as it serves as a shopping runabout, is an extremely fast sports car and competes very successfully in sprint contests, its acceleration matching that of American "dragsters." This...


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