Articles tagged Hampshire

Page 36 of December 1978 archive issue thumbnail Page 36, December 1978

Books for Christmas

Bugatti -- An Illustrated History of the Cars from Molsheim by Hugh Conway and Jacques Greilsamer. 280 pp. 9-1/2" x 12-1/2".   Editions Modelisme, 94, Boulevard de Sebastopol, 75003, Paris, France.  260.00 French francs. This is the Christmas browsing-book par excellence and perusal of its lavish and magnificently-illustrated pages makes one wonder why anyone who can afford to purchase, maintain...

Page 69 of February 1986 archive issue thumbnail Page 69, February 1986

Veteran - Edwardian - Vintage

To Trail or not to Trail . . . A contemporary magazine has commented editorially on the VSCC's decision to penalise in future those competitors who bring cars to its trials on trailers by a matter of 10 points. It argues that the VCC does not so penalise pre-1918 cars going on trailers to its events (although on the Brighton Run, quite rightly, there is disqualification for those whose veterans...

Page 19 of October 1942 archive issue thumbnail Page 19, October 1942

Club news

The Enthusiasts' Car Club The Northern Car Club has changed its name to the Enthusiasts' Car Club, as being a more comprehensive title, the club being open to all and not restricted to any particular part of the country. Regular meetings are held and there are 45 members on the books. A Bulletin is published and it is hoped that film shows, lectures, etc., will form part of the future programme....

Page 82 of November 1975 archive issue thumbnail Page 82, November 1975

Buying Secondhand Dinos

Buying Secondhand Milos Sir, It seems great interest is now being shown in the Dino 246 GT as a reasonably priced exoticar. Mr. Cotterell in your July issue said he did all his own servicing due to high garage charges by the specialists in his marque. Mr. Lewis in the September issue then quite correctly stated the point that knowledgeable servicing costs money but probably in the end saves money...

Page 22 of September 1954 archive issue thumbnail Page 22, September 1954


Triumph Sports-Car Owners' Association The Triumph Motor Company (1945), Ltd., has developed a useful idea in connection with the TR2 sports model. This is the formation of a Triumph Sports-Car Owners' Association, the aim of which is to keep owners of these cars informed of technical developments. Open to any TR2 owner, membership of the association costs an initial 5s., to cover cost of a car...


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