December 1946

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The Veteran Run ... 279 Sideslips ... 283 Reports of Recent Events ... 284 Motor Sport '' Road-Test (Post-war Series) No. I ... 285 Great British Achievements — VI ... 287 B.R.D.C. Notes ... 288...
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The Editor rides with J. Kentish, on a 1932 De Dion Bouton Forty-five retire on very stiff day's test. It has been said before and I say it again — there is nothing quite like the R.A.C. Veteran Car...
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by "Baladeur" I have always thought it one of the most curious ironies of motoring history that in the years between the wars the leading French makers should have largely left the defence of France'...
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Bouley Bay Hill Climb Held over a 1,200 yards' twisty course, this event might be termed the "British Stelvio." Unfortunately, in spite of the length of the course, the finish was placed close to a...
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Brilliant top-gear flexibility and traditional acceleration. A silent, smooth-running car capable of high cross-country average speeds. The post-war Allard, product of an enthusiast whose trials...
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Messrs. A. W. Roebuck, Ltd., Main Concessionaires of Specialloid Pistons, have moved from their former address at 194, Great Portland Street, W1, to new premises at 172, Great Portland Street, W.1 (...
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The Editor describes Outstanding Light-Car Records — I922 and 1946 This country has favoured small cars since there were small cars to favour, and while this age of austerity continues, such cars...
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In recent months a large number of enquiries have been received from would-be members of the British Racing Driven' Club. It is pointed out that, normally, membership is confined to gentlemen who...
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The more lively Edwardian cars have caught public imagination in his year of Cavalcade, and speed-trial spectators can confirm that the presence of some of these great cars does much to enhance the...
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Continuing the much-appreciated "Motor Sport" articles on outstanding sports cars, this month we have pleasure in presenting a most painstaking study of the "30/98" Vauxhall, written for us by George...
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A Series of Interviews with Personalities famous in the Realms of Motoring Sport No. 11 — Peter Robertson-Rodger Peter Robertson-Rodger is a wine connoisseur and dealer by trade, but by interest he...
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A 1911 40/50-h.p. "Silver Ghost" Rolls-Royce described by its owner, John Bolster. It all started when I bought a 1912 Rolls-Royce catalogue. This sumptuous publication was full of coloured pictures...
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Exhibitions by individual manufacturing groups have been popular in this year of Jubilee, and Vauxhall Motors, Ltd., put on an especially good show at the showrooms at their Luton works. This free...
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Suggestion This year of Jubilee has served as a reminder that no adequate history of the Motor Industry has yet been written. The task of compiling such a history, admittedly, would be involved and...
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We Hear It seems that the prices of the older secondhand cars are dropping a bit, so less-affluent enthusiasts may get their chance this winter. Recently an A.C. Anzani 2-seater for £40, a coupé of...
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Sir, At the risk of encroaching upon your valuable time, I an appending some details of "The Monoposto" — a not very original name for a car (I hesitate to use the word "racing") which we have built...

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