New home for the VCC
The Veteran Car Club has moved into splendid, period headquarters in Ashwell, Hertfordshire. Jessamine House, 15 High Street, Ashwell (Ashwell 2818), is an imposing red-brick house, parts of which date from the 17th century, a traditional setting for the vehicle owned by the members of this prestigious club.
These much improved Club facilities were acquired at a cost of £24,...
AC-DELCO Stand 348
A large display of motor accessories is shown on this stand, consisting of sparking plugs, fuel pumps, oil filters, speedometers, air cleaners, ignition coils and many other electrical components used in the motor industry.
AUTOMOTIVE PRODUCTS CO. LTD. Stands 369, 372 and 383
The full range of products of this group continues unchanged apart from the addition of a dry-type...
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The Monza "500"
The report by Mr. Denis Jenkinson of the Monza "500" surely denudes him completely of the stature and reputation he gained largely on his report of the Mille Miglia.
(1) It will be recalled that on that occasion he survived a very brisk 1,000 miles...
A pilgrimage to the site where Jim Clark died surprised our former staffer who reported on that fateful race at Hockenheim. It was harder to find than he expectedBy Andrew Marriott
The weekend of April 6-7 1968 was somewhat hectic for me. As a Motoring News staffer it was my task to head off to Hockenheim to report and photograph, for both MN and Motor Sport, the opening round of the European...