Articles tagged Deluxe

Page 32 of March 1977 archive issue thumbnail Page 32, March 1977

Mazda join the European hatchback war

The Assistant Editor reports from Japan on the first Japanese car designed specifically for the European Market The four main islands of Japan contain 110,000,000 people crammed into an area of 146,000 square miles of which 80% is mountains. Mixed into the dense population areas which consequently ensue on the plains, basins, tableland and coastline are 30,000,000 vehicles, for which there are 35...

Page 31 of June 1973 archive issue thumbnail Page 31, June 1973

Allegro - Sweet music from Austin

Like some glamorous actress British Leyland's Austin Allegro made its debut to the press in a glare of brilliant theatrical lighting in a huge convention hall near Marbella, Southern Spain, a couple of months ago. As distractingly gorgeous model girls displayed the cars on the circular stage in a beautifully executed four-wheel ballet, Lord Stokes, George Turnbull and Filmer Paradise gave sales...

Page 21 of September 1932 archive issue thumbnail Page 21, September 1932


CHIRON WINS ON A BUGATTI. EARL HOWE SECOND IN THE 2-LITRE THE GRAND PRIX OF DIEPPE. THE fourth Grand Prix de Dieppe, or more properly the "Grand Prix du Matin "on the Circuit de Dieppe was run on July 24th and resulted in a victory for Chiron on a Bugatti, this marque also securing the next three places. The 2-litre class was won by Czaikowski on a Bugatti, Lord Howe being second. The Circuit de...

Page 129 of July 2011 archive issue thumbnail Page 129, July 2011


Ultimate E-TypesBy Philip Porter This E-type anniversary year is the right time to produce the ultimate book about the ultimate E-type, and I can't imagine anyone surpassing this. The dozen factory Lightweights (not forgetting the two official 'semis') are now greatly outnumbered by lookalikes, offen with even higher performance, which makes recording the proper histories all the more important....


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



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