Articles tagged Crossley Company

Page 40 of May 1983 archive issue thumbnail Page 40, May 1983

Motoring as it was

A look back to the roads of the 1920s (Continued from last month)  We left "Owen John", whose past motoring fortunes we are pondering, at the 1921 Motor Show. After this he visited the Motorcycle Show, but seems to have been impressed only by the Ner-a-Car and the Peters, apart from being able to tell the vendors that the Hellesen dry-battery lamp he bought the previous year was still working. He...

Page 12 of December 1926 archive issue thumbnail Page 12, December 1926


SEVERE TEST RUNS. In these days of mass production the road test of the finished car often receives less attention than it should, and it is therefore interesting to note that many of our higher class cars are subjected to most arduous tests before being passed " O.K." Some manufacturers find it difficult to select a suitable test run in the vicinity of their works. Others are more fortunate, and...

Page 60 of June 1961 archive issue thumbnail Page 60, June 1961


Sir, As a Crossley enthusiast I was extremely interested in your article on the now, alas, defunct company. My first introduction to the marque was at the Royal Tank Corps Schools at Bovington in 1928, where we underwent driving instruction on the 41/2-litre 25/30 model tender. We also drove some very slow Crossley Keyress half-track lorries which were modelled on the Citroen, who were pioneers...


August 2019
100 years, three cars, one epic track test



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