Articles tagged Ernest Newton & Co. Ltd.

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Sternol

Recommendations: The chart applicable to the chosen make of oil will show you with which grade to fill your car's sump. In general it can be said that the majority of cars use engine oil of SAE 20 rating in winter, SAE 30 in summer, in this country. Exceptions include the Vauxhall Wyvern, which likes SAE 20 both winter and summer, SAE 30 only under tropical conditions; the Fiat 1,400 and Simca...

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1954 Competition Calendar

Those who require a copy of the 1954 Competition Calendar in convenient pocket size can obtain same from Ernest Newton & Co., Ltd., Faraday Chemical Works, Holt Street, Birmingham. There is no charge.

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Club news

We hear Phil Hill's Alfa-Romeo, well known in American races, is a short-chassis 2.9 not a 3.8 as stated last month. A 11/2-litre twin ohc racing Austro-Daimler, one of which was driven by Malcolm Campbell, in the nineteen-twenties, is safely stored in London. A two-stroke three-wheeler Harper Runabout is awaiting restoration in the South, and we believe that its originator and his son are...

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Club News

WE HEAR We hear that a well-preserved 1923 Gwynne Eight witli spare engine was for sale in Leeds recently and that a 1919 Royal Enfield combination with three new tyres, acetylene lamps, etc., Nvas looking for its next owner up in Forfar, the price being under £20. According to N. P. Waring, who has " covered " every Indianapolis 500 since 1927, the car Clark Gable drives in "To Please IL Lady "...

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Club News

WE HEAR Dr. Roland John, Frazer-Nash enthusiast, has added to his stable a 1930 20/25-h.p. Rolls-Royce with Hooper touring body, which has only been licensed for a total of five years and which has run only 46,000 miles. In South Africa, F. C. Hartley has a Mk. IV "Brooklands" Riley Nine which has an off-set body and hydraulic brakes, and he would like to contact a reader in this country who can...

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