Articles tagged General Motors Corporation

Page 10 of November 1939 archive issue thumbnail Page 10, November 1939

LOOKING BACK

LOOKING BACK BEING AN ACCOUNT OF SOME VARIED ROAD TESTS CONDUCTED FOR "MOTOR SPORT" IN the beginning this article was inspired by the annual habit of a very popular motor-cycling, journalist, who thus summarizes his experiences of all the machines road-tested in the course of a year's riding for his paper. Why, then, shouldn't we do something of the same absorbing sort in MOTOR SPORT? Now war is...

Page 38 of August 1965 archive issue thumbnail Page 38, August 1965

Record

Record June sales made the Chevrolet Motor Division of General Motors Corporation the first motor manufacturer in history to sell more than 1 1/2 million new vehicles in a half-year period. The total sales for the first half of 1965 were 1,794,197.

Page 31 of September 1965 archive issue thumbnail Page 31, September 1965

New o.h.c. Pontiac

Following years of intensive research, development and testing the Pontiac Motor Division of General Motors Corporation has announced a completely new in-line 3,769 c.c. (230 cubic inch) displacement, 6-cylinder overhead camshaft engine as standard equipment for all 1966 Tempest, Tempest Custom and Le Mans models. Most significant in design of this engine, and the first time it has ever been used...

Page 10 of March 1964 archive issue thumbnail Page 10, March 1964

Gordon-Keeble Limited

Readers may remember the article in our January issue about the background of the new Gordon-Keeble announced in January. The car is now made by Gordon-Keeble Limited (formerly the Gordon Automobile Company Limited) in Southampton. This company is entirely separate from the other companies mentioned in our January issue and we apologise for linking the name Gordon-Keeble Limited with other...

Page 62 of April 1965 archive issue thumbnail Page 62, April 1965

Rolls-Royce items

Sir, Mr. Anthony Bird's letter replying to the Editorial review of his book "The Rolls-Royce Motor Car" is—to me at least— of interest, since it is the first occasion on which I have seen an author reply to a review. There are many reviews which call in a loud voice for a reply, but it has to be remembered that when a publisher submits a work for review, criticism is invited, and from the...

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