Articles tagged Dodge

Page 135 of November 2018 archive issue thumbnail Page 135, November 2018


Classic cars, racing replicas and potent new off-roaders Car showrooms don’t come much grander than the one you’ll find at Kaaimans – it’s part of 300-year-old Tollerton Hall, a 20,000 square foot stately home outside Nottingham that’s owned (and lived in) by local businessman and lifelong automobile fanatic Ian Kershaw. Established last year, the Kaaimans dealership grew out of Kershaw’s ever-...

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Around and About

For business and pleasure Regular readers of Motor Sport will know that Dan Margulies has been advertising within these pages for more than twenty years, dealing in specialist cars. He had involved himself in the business for many years before it became “fashionable” to own elderly cars and they began changing hands at their current high prices. VSCC members will know the Romanian born,...

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America's all action hero

'He truly never met a race car that he didn't like. All US racing was clamped in an AJ Foyt stranglehold' Detractors of America's all-action hero point to his rare European forays. But Joe Scalzo argues that Foyt did enough at home to be classed a true great It was a great racing civilisation that America had going for itself in the mid-1960s, and certainly its highlight was getting to watch A J...

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For one glorious year Trans-Am was the place to be. By Dave Friedman In 1970 everything came together and American race fans enjoyed what was the greatest season in Trans-Am history. All of the big manufacturers — Ford, Chevrolet, Pontiac, Dodge, Plymouth and AMC — were there, as were many of the best drivers of the era: Parnelli Jones, Peter Revson, George Follmer, Mark Donohue, Jerry Titus and...

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NASCAR Gets Wired

Change is coming to NASCAR. Electronic fuel injection has arrived this season, replacing the traditional four-barrel carburettor while the introduction of ECUs has brought the thin edge of the electronic wedge to the top level of US stock car racing. And next year a new Sprint Cup car will make its debut featuring more brand identity for each of NASCAR's four manufacturers Chevrolet, Ford, Dodge...

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Luxury cars

ALVIS 3-LITRE Stand 113 The 3-litre Alvis with the Swiss Graber-designed body built by Park Ward continues to be built in small quantities almost entirely by hand and offers moderately high performance together with good deal of luxury. No changes are contemplated for 1961. Prices : Saloon, £2,827; convertible, £3,111. BENTLEY Stand 131 The S2 Bentley with V8 aluminium engine which is identical...

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Letters from readers

Sir, I have read Mr. Riddle's letter regarding the varied Alvis models since 1920 with interest. If my memory serves me right there are a number of mistakes in his list. The "10/30" model was made from 1918-1922, and was followed by the "12/40" and "12/50" cars. I have no recollection of any "11/40" or of any 8.3 or 8.9 models in production, nor do I think the "12/50" needs dividing into so many...


October 2019
Brawn Supremacy



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