Articles tagged University Motors Ltd.

Page 35 of November 1937 archive issue thumbnail Page 35, November 1937

RUMBLINGS

If Winter Comes . . . ALTHOUGH we should really be shaking the moth from our leather waistcoats and getting down to Monte Carlo Rally schedules, that great Grand Prix at Donington is difficult to forget and enthusiasts this autumn seem to weakly disregard the coming winter and to talk happily of the next racing season. Racing under the new Formula will be extremely interesting. New cars are...

Page 35 of November 1936 archive issue thumbnail Page 35, November 1936

RUMBLINGS

If Winter Comes . . . ALTHOUGH we should really be shaking the moth from our leather waistcoats and getting down to Monte Carlo Rally schedules, that great Grand Prix at Donington is difficult to forget and enthusiasts this autumn seem to weakly disregard the coming winter and to talk happily of the next racing season. Racing under the new Formula will be extremely interesting. New cars are...

Page 37 of June 1938 archive issue thumbnail Page 37, June 1938

ON BRITISH HIGH PERFORMANCE

ON BRITISH HIGH PERFORMANCE WE in this country have a curious habit of belittling our own -efforts. 'We Shout about the ways and achievements and productions of other countries to our own detriment. In _spite of this traditional reluctance to boost our ONVII productions before those of other nations, the fact remains that Great Britain has produced some of the finest and most successful high-...

Page 18 of May 1931 archive issue thumbnail Page 18, May 1931

THE M.G. SIX (Mark I.) SPEED MODEL

THE M.G. SIX (Mark I.) SPEED MODEL THE remarkable recent achievements of the famous M.G. Midget in trials and races, as well as the enormous number of these models on the road, seems to have obscured to some extent the M.G. Six, which is quite as remarkable a car in its own class as its smaller brother. Thanks to University Motors Ltd., of Brick Street, Piccadilly, we recently had the opportunity...

Page 37 of September 1932 archive issue thumbnail Page 37, September 1932

A NEW 80 M.P.H. M.G. MIDGET

A NEW 80 M.P.H. M.G. MIDGET PROBABLY the most remarkable progress in automobile practice in recent years has been in the small car field, and to this development a considerable contribution has been made by the M.G. concern. Taking full advantage of the lessons to be learnt from competitions, they have continually entered their cars in races of every description, both at home and abroad, using...

Page 23 of October 1938 archive issue thumbnail Page 23, October 1938

A GUIDE TO 1939 HIGH PERFORMANCE CARS

A GUIDE TO 1939 HIGH PERFORMANCE CARS THIS LIST OF SPECIFICATIONS AND DATA HAS BEEN COMPILED TO ASSIST THE PROSPECTIVE PURCHASER OF A FAST CAR IN THE DIFFICULT MATTER OF CHOOSING HIS MOUNT FOR THE COMING SEASON A.C. British. A.C. (Acedes) Cars Ltd., Thames Dillon, Surrey. 16180 h.p. 6 cyl„, 65x 100, 1,991 ex., 15.7 h.p. Tax £12. Overhead .valveS operated by eceent re, base camshaft driven by...

Page 16 of April 1946 archive issue thumbnail Page 16, April 1946

Club News

We Hear In spite of trouble, worry and strife, and a revival of austerity the lads and lasses continue to drive, work and generally concentrate on motor-cars. A good thing, too! George Sanders regularly uses his "30/98" Vauxhall, 0E63, for business travel, and C. R. Galla More has acquired a twin-o.h.c. 1,750-c.c. Alfa-Romeo which he is stripping down. Then W.B.G. Warham has been lucky enough to...

Page 27 of March 1938 archive issue thumbnail Page 27, March 1938

RUMBLINGS

A Bentley Specialist IHAD the pleasure of paving another visit to McKenzie's premises behind Victoria Station last month. Just at present he is putting in a deal of work on Mr. Lycett's famous 8-litre Bentley, which is being prepared for more speed work, one special item being the fitting of light ribbed brake drums of R.R. alloy. An 8-litre open four-seater Bentley is being prepared for a client...

Page 19 of May 1938 archive issue thumbnail Page 19, May 1938

THE D.8.120 DELAGE

THE D.8.120 DELAGE EXCELLENT PERFORMANCE OF AN EXTREMELY COMFORTABLE CAR MONSIF,UR Louis Delage has probably turned his long and distinguished racing experience to better account in his production motors than most people. Ever since the war the name of Delage has been synonymous with refined speed, and, indeed, the matt who could design the 14-litre 1925 Grand Prix machine might be expected to...

Page 48 of November 1933 archive issue thumbnail Page 48, November 1933

THE M.G. DINNER.

THE M.G. DINNER. THE M.G. Car Club held their second Dinner Dance at the Park Lane Hotel on October 19th, during Motor Show week, and had a particularly successful evening. The dinner and dancing were both well arranged, the speeches were limited to five minutes each, and visible warning was given by "traffic signals" mounted where everyone could see them. A first class cabaret show, with Elsie...

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