Articles tagged Swift

Page 20 of May 1961 archive issue thumbnail Page 20, May 1961

Veteran- Edwardian - Vintage

A Section Devoted to Old-Car Matters V.S.C.C. POMEROY TROPHY CONTEST (March 26th) Pomeroy Trophy : A. Doggett (1956 Aston Martin). Silver Bowl : I. Smith (1960.T.V.R.). First-Class Awards : A. Twentyman (1960 Aston Martin). L. Durdin (1925 Vauxhall), A. Rippon (1960 Alfa Romeo), R. Pilkington (1960 A.C.), R. Bickerton (1935 Frazer Nash). Second-Class Awards: G. Daniels (1929 Bentley), C. Clinton...

Page 31 of July 1950 archive issue thumbnail Page 31, July 1950

Club News

WE HEAR R. Wakeling has a 1906 "20/30" Renault with vast closed body. apparently in very fine order, even to the tapestry upholstery. According to the Nottingham Evening Post of May 17th, Donington wiIl not be de-requisitioned until 1952. T. R. Hendee, who recently took delivery of the ex-Barnato Le Mans Speed Six Bentley, was delighted with the efficient manner in which Evan Cook's Packers, Ltd...

Page 42 of July 1956 archive issue thumbnail Page 42, July 1956

Rumblings

Flying "through the sound-barrier" has caught the public imagination, and, naturally, books are beginning to appear about trans-sonic and supersonic pioneering. There is "Across the High Frontier," by W.R. Lundgren (Victor Gollanez, 240 pp., 8 3/4 in. by 5 1/2 in., 16s. 6d.), which is the story of Charles E. Yeager, the American Air Force pilot who first dived through the so-called "sound barrier...

Page 23 of March 1986 archive issue thumbnail Page 23, March 1986

The Constructors - TIGA

In the general euphoria following Derek Bell's WEC Championship it has perhaps been easy to overlook the fact that Britain produced two other World Champions, Gordon Spice and Ray Bellm, who won group C2 in a Tiga GC85. The win paralleled Porsche's domination of the senior class in its decisiveness and this year sees Tiga competing directly against the likes of Porsche, Jaguar and Lancia in Group...

Page 57 of July 1963 archive issue thumbnail Page 57, July 1963

A pioneer Welsh motor business

Some notes on the Automobile Palace, Llandrindod Wells It all started when Roger Maughfling of Knighton went to his local printer about a calendar, and to show what results could be expected from a certain type of paper the printer pulled out of a drawer an old block, over 50 years old, of the picture reproduced (from this same block) at the top of this page. I saw that there was probably a story...

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