July 1943

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One good effect which the war has had is that of enabling us to learn something of the enthusiasm that prevails overseas for real motor-cars, in countries and continents where conditions are less...
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At the Second Brains Trust most of the assembled brains thought that women should either not race at all or should do so on their own. In this outspoken article a girl enthusiast, who has spectated...
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Emphasis on economy Further reductions in petrol rations prompt the inclusion of these notes on two cars which, if not of sports type, are of some topical interest to the enthusiast – Ed. Certain ...
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Holland Birkett, Captain of the 750 Club, has his say in the matter of personal motor-cars. – Ed. From the age of twelve I had been systematically conditioning my parents to my proposed motoring...
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Aston lore The article by F. W. Ellis on the pre-Bertelli Aston-Martins, which we published in the May issue, has brought forth some additional very interesting facts, by no less an authoritative...
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Edward Batten, before the war responsible for the Batten-Special Ford V 8 and some "one-off" hybrids, discusses engine and chassis design in general. Now that we can look toward the future with more...
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We hear Sir Clive Edwards's R-type M.G. Midget, with a twin o.h.c. Pomeroy-McEvoy cylinder head of the type described very fully in Motor Sport for January, 1941, has recently changed ownership, its...
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Sir, Many interesting articles have appeared from time to time on home-built specials and conversions, but I have yet to see some authoritative dope on "blowers" and the manufacture of amateur...
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Some more Memories prompted by the study of an enthusiast's book of Press cuttings. The first instalment appeared last month A picture of three works Austins reminds us that the later s.v. cars had "...
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In these days of "shortest and most direct route" and, even worse, of "alternative means of transport," a long road journey is a rare treat. However, by good fortune the more usual 7 m.p.g. flying...

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