Articles tagged Ford

Page 37 of October 1961 archive issue thumbnail Page 37, October 1961

FRAGMENTS ON FORGOTTEN MAKES No. 17: THE CRAIG-DORWALD

FRAGMENTS ON FORGOTTEN MAKES No. 17: THE CRAIG-DoRWALD THE Craig-Diirwald is not to be found in " Doyle's," that invaluable quick-reference to forgotten makes, and when I first heard of it I was inclined to suspect 'a leg-pull, for surely this was not a real car but something out of a novel by John Buchan or Dornford Yates ? However, when Mr. Robert Kisch, Managing Director of Ailsa Craig Ltd.,...

Page 47 of June 1971 archive issue thumbnail Page 47, June 1971

Rumblings

Plugs.—Over the years readers of Motor Sport, knowing the Editor's liking for old bits and pieces, have generously thrust into his hands ancient sparking plugs, some obviously taken from long-since defunct engines, others brand-new and sometimes in the original, unopened tin boxes or cartons. These plugs began to form quite a unique collection and a few years ago the Champion Sparking Plug...

Page 21 of October 1977 archive issue thumbnail Page 21, October 1977

Matters of the moment

Showtime Soliloquy This year you can have a Soliloquy but you cannot have a Motor Show, apart from the Daily Express Motorfair, described in our advertising pages, to be held at Earls Court from October 19th-30th, the Equip'Auto 77 that is to take place in Paris from October 7th-16th, and last month's two-day South Wales Motor Show, which HRH The Prince of Wales opened at Aberdare. But there will...

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