Articles tagged Cunningham

Page 128 of June 2014 archive issue thumbnail Page 128, June 2014

The court of King Archie

The most famous Lister still in existence is going under the hammer. Motor Sport was offered the privilege of time at its helm Writer Andrew Frankel | Photographer James Lipman It wasn’t the thought that was strange, so much as the timing of its arrival. If you are busy juggling power and steering as someone else’s very valuable racing car slithers around beneath you on a damp track, your brain...

Page 49 of February 1987 archive issue thumbnail Page 49, February 1987

V to C Miscellany

A 1922 Type AK 32hp Minerva chassis that had been lying on a farm near Salisbury has been rescued by a reader who requires a suitable engine, gearbox and radiator to help with its restoration. He would also like to hear from other Minerva owners. We were mistaken in saying in December that Gallahers may reap some return for the money they have spent restoring the Paddock Clubhouse and part of...

Page 24 of May 1961 archive issue thumbnail Page 24, May 1961

Vintage Cars on Card

Sir, It may be of interest to many of your readers if you were to draw to their attention a set of cards depicting Vintage cars, which I found to be of great interest. I enclose a card from such a set, showing a 1919 Stutz Bearcat. Others in the set range from a 1924 Cunningham, to a 1922 Mercer, and include a 1927 Minerva and to a 1919 Lanchester. A set of 12 cards may be obtained completely...


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



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