July 1942

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The abolition of the basic petrol ration is bound to reduce the number of news items and matters of topical interest available. The Editor's increasing war-work duties and Home Guard obligations...
From a number of sources recently there has arisen the suggestion that motor racing is unlikely to regain after the war the status it once enjoyed, and that never again will it achieve a value equal...
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[Although very few Brescia Bugattis are left intact, so many people enthuse over them, so many would-be Bugatti owners intend to start with this model, and they are so typical of high-efficiency cars...
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A Flying Enthusiast recalls some of the light aeroplanes with which pilots enjoyed themselves in the hey-day of the Vintage sports car To begin with, I should like to excuse myself for writing this...
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The Life History of a Car which might quite deservedly be called "Everyman's Sports Car" In view of its long run of success, amounting to ten years as a "best seller" among British sports cars, it...
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G.N. and SALMSON [By way of a :change from the usual " Cars I have Owned" articles we present this contribution by W. L. Jennings, a great Salmson enthusiast who has owned five of these cars.—Ed.j IT...
[By way of a change from the usual "Cars I have Owned" articles we present this contribution by W.L. Jennings, a great Salmson enthusiast who has owned five of these cars. – Ed.] It would be rather...
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A CAR 11/ NEWS OPINION OF THE R.51 BM. IF. MOTOR-CYCLE —continued from page 146 sections of Inter-'Varsity fame, however, proved to be anything but dry, and it was only by applying B.M.W. technique...
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Even in our particular world there are divers matters that will require reshaping when the peace comes and about which thinking men and women should plan now. Apart from major motoring issues there...
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No. 4. The 1928 Period of Motor Sport Road Tests The year 1928 was not terribly brilliant for this paper, only seven issues being published, after which nothing more happened until the end of 1929....
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An appeal First of all an appeal. Complaints continue to come in relating to back issues not being received, current subscribers' issues not being delivered, and money being sent to cover back...
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[We do not believe in running down products of an enemy unnecessarily, and so many car owners are taking to two wheels that this report on the R.51 solo B.M.W., by R.G.V. Venables, is of topical...
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750 Club They aver that all good things must come to an end, and, now that the basic petrol ration has been withdrawn, we shall get no more car-gathering 750 Club meetings until we have won the war....
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Sir, Having recently read the article which appeared in Motor Sport some months ago by a New Zealand enthusiast, I am prompted to make my small contribution to this worthy journal, which was, until a...
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READERS' SALES AND WANTS To meet the repeated demands for something on the lines of the old Spare Parts AnnounceMents, we have instituted -a system of inexpensive advertisements. Each announcement...
READERS' SALES AND WANTS To meet the repeated demands for something on the lines of the old Spare Parts AnnounceMents, we have instituted -a system of inexpensive advertisements. Each announcement...
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An interesting and instructive extract from a letter written by Leading Naval Airman D.B. McLean, of the R.N.Z.A.F., describing some of the cars he saw whilst in Detroit, U.S.A. We had not realised...

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