Articles tagged Rolls-Royce Motors

Page 68 of April 1992 archive issue thumbnail Page 68, April 1992

Bentley Record Attempt

Stanley Mann tells us that on April 26th another attack on long-standing records by a vintage Bentley will be made at the banked Millbrook circuit. The plan is to try to break the existing British 1000-mile record, with the rebuilt Bentley-Jackson, the former "Mother Gunn" raced by Richard Marker, used by George Harvey Noble to take the last BARC 130mph badge at Brooklands in 1939, and rebuilt...

Page 95 of January 1999 archive issue thumbnail Page 95, January 1999


A follow-up to our recent piece on "What Price a Royce?"; at an H&H Classic auction in November, a 1978 Silver Shadow was knocked down for £8200, a 1977 Shadow for .£5800. The Preston and District Vintage CC looks after the interests of vintage car owners in the north of England, with a regular magazine, The Klaxon, and frequent and varied events. Following a recent exhibition of photographs...

Page 80 of January 1986 archive issue thumbnail Page 80, January 1986

Book Reviews

"HRG — The Sportsman's Ideal" by Ian Dussek. 176 pp. 10 in x 7, in (Motor Racing Publicalions Ltd., Unit 6. The Pt/ton Estate. 46 Pitlake Road. Croydon, CRO 3YR. £14.951). This long awaited one-make history of a very individual and well-liked sports car, that was in production, albeit in very small numbers. from 1935 to 1966, has been published by MRP under the aegis of the Michael Sedgwick...

Page 27 of March 1982 archive issue thumbnail Page 27, March 1982

Matters of moment

Pre-Budget comment We would not like to take sides in a debate as to which has been the more detrimental to the human race, the wheel, the i.c.-engine, or television. We would probably cast our vote for TV, for which increased licence-fees have been introduced to pay for running the BBC, or to reduce the losses which most large undertakings now suffer from. ITV, which we hope will one day put on...

Page 35 of January 1977 archive issue thumbnail Page 35, January 1977

Out of the past

From time to time we receive readers' photographs which are very interesting to study and speculate upon In this category are some old prints, reproduced opposite arid on this page, kindly sent to us by Mr. Potter of Hemel Hempstead, who tells us that they came to light along with other papers turned out Many years after the death of his father. by the family lawyers and bankers. In some of these...



September 2019
The World According to Max



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