Articles tagged Automotive Products Ltd.

Page 17 of January 1948 archive issue thumbnail Page 17, January 1948

Rumblings

The B.R.M. Every enthusiast will wish Raymond Mays the best of luck with his new British Grand Prix team. On December 3rd a luncheon was held at Claridge's to announce the establishment of the British Motor Racing Research Trust, set up by an important group of firms in the Motor industry to assist Mays, who has formed Automobile Developments, Ltd., to foster a cause which, in his own words,...

Page 6 of December 1948 archive issue thumbnail Page 6, December 1948

Accessories at Earls Court

Accessories at Earls Court Far from providing relief from the "madding crowd," the gallery stands at the Motor Show attracted as much attention as the other exhibits. Amongst exhibits of special interest to MOTOR SPORT readers, Automotive Products, Ltd., showed how the new Percolator Micronic oil filter could be adapted to any engine either for full or by-pass filtering. They also showed the...

Page 14 of January 1966 archive issue thumbnail Page 14, January 1966

Fragments on forgotten makes

No. 33-The Bean. The Bean Car Club may not thank me for calling the Bean a "forgotten make" but I am sure they will know what I mean! It was a make intended to be built in mass-produced quantities but which never really made the grade. A. Harper, Sons & Bean Ltd. was a company, registered in 1907, which supplied the growing motor industry with stampings, castings and forgings from Dudley,...

Page 18 of November 1956 archive issue thumbnail Page 18, November 1956

Some accessories at Earls Court

Automotive Products Ltd. Improved suspension joints and automatic transmissions are on view and oil and fuel filters. Stand 369. Avon India Rubber Co Ltd. The Avon Winter Safety tyre is on view together with the HM Airseal, which has no tube. Stand 205. Bosch Ltd. New exhibits are the P 11S sparking pings designed for motor-scooter engines and the M 11S range which has been introduced for the...

Page 19 of January 1976 archive issue thumbnail Page 19, January 1976

The Formula One scene

The last Formula One race to he held was the United States GP at Watkins Glen, and that was on October 5th, almost three months ago; during that time an incredible number of things have happened that will have a bearing one way or another on the Formula One scene in 1976, which should start in a few days lime with the Argentine GP at Buenos Aires on January 11th. Almost every week since that last...

Page 26 of January 1982 archive issue thumbnail Page 26, January 1982

Oh Dear!

IN car article on the activities of the Trade and Industry behind the scenes in Formula I we stressed the work of AP-Lockheed on brakes and associated mechanisms and inadvertently referred to AP as Associated Products Ltd. This should have been AUTOMOTIVE PRODUCTS Ltd., who are at Leamington Spa which is where the design and research and development work is carried out on brake discs, calipers,...

Page 22 of October 1948 archive issue thumbnail Page 22, October 1948

EARLS COURT

EARLS COURT PRE--VIEW by the Editor QUITE early on the first public-view day of the recent S.B.A.C. Display, when the weather was by no means set-fair, it was announced that 100,000 persons had passed the turnstiles. Attending that display before it became so enthused, I spotted certain hush-hush 1949 cars in the car-parks and I wondered whether as many people will go to Earls Court at the end of...

Page 117 of July 1980 archive issue thumbnail Page 117, July 1980

Good Service.

Sir, In a world where complaints are rife at the lack of service etc, I must write briefly to describe a recent pleasing occurrence. After purchasing a repair kit in UK, for my Range Rover based in Qatar, during my leave in UK. I returned to Qatar after and soon overhauled the faulty servo. However, whilst the braking had improved immeasurably the brake pedal was very slow in coming off and on...

Page 100 of September 1978 archive issue thumbnail Page 100, September 1978

AP at Indianapolis

Sir, Whilst not wishing to decry the achievements of Cosworth and Hewland, highlighted in your article on the Indianapolis 500 in your July issue, I would not like the efforts of our Racing Division to, go unnoticed. In the last six years they have been successful in equipping the winning car at Indianapolis with our Lockheed brakes and Borg & Beck clutch. Indeed, in 1977 the first three cars...

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