Articles tagged Tuning Shops

Page 54 of January 1969 archive issue thumbnail Page 54, January 1969

The Ginetta G15

A Series II, Hillman Imp-engined coupé A car for the enthusiast Whether you could ever be a happy Ginetta G15 owner depends very much on the kind of person you are. You will be an out-and-out racing enthusiast to start with—"down to Brands Hatch even in the depth of winter" type. You will spend happy hours with the Ginetta G15 in pieces across your garage floor making the odd improvement. It's a...

Page 44 of January 1969 archive issue thumbnail Page 44, January 1969

Around the Tuning Shops

Last month in the first half of our trip around the tuning shops we spent considerable space discussing the tuning divisions of two major manufacturers B.M.C. and Ford. But readers should remember that sometimes the little man can give you a bit of extra attention and take a specific interest in your motor car. You can discuss over a cup of tea in the workshop your own particular requirements....

Page 34 of December 1968 archive issue thumbnail Page 34, December 1968

Around the Tuning Shops

A phenomenon of the motoring sixties has been the mushrooming of firms catering for the man who wants to make his car go that little bit faster. Even with the stagnating 70-m.p.h. limit and insurance company discrimination against modified machines there seems to be no halting this car conversion craze. A quick count of the number of firms involved in this business revealed that in Britain alone...


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