June 1945

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CONTENTS A Design for a 11--litre Formula Car ... . 1 1 I The Model Car Position ... 122 Some Cars in War-Time • 117 Rumblings .. 124 Old Racing Cars in Retirement 121 Club News .. 126 Letters from...
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S. SMITH & SONS (ENGLAND) LTD MOTOR: Smiths Motor Accessories Ltd., K.L.G. Sparking Plugs Ltd., British Jaeger Instruments Ltd., Smiths Jacking Systems Ltd. CLOCKS & WATCHES: Smiths English...
miths of England MILESTONES SERIES No Today, mention of the polar expeditions of Scott and Shackleton from 1899 to 1917, recalls first the courage and heroism of these leaders and their men ; but the...
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Capt. John Moon presents A DESIGN FOR A 1-LITRE FORMULA CAR In September, 1943, Capt. Moon described his ideal sports car, which aroused widespread interest. Now he outlines a most intriguing design...
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Some Cars in War-Time S. H. Statham reminds us that, war or no war, you can't quench enthusiasm for the Sport.—Ed. IF taken merely as a matter of miles, my motoring during the war has not been...
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Old Racing Cars In Retirement In pursuance of its policy of tracing old racing motor cars which are laid up in various parts of the country " Motor Sport" has discovered two more veterans of which...
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THE MODEL CAR POSITION THE model car position in this country is in a healthier state than it has ever been thanks mainly to the lead given by D. A. Russell, M.I.Mech.E.' the tireless managing editor...
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OUT OF PRINT To avoid unnecessary correspondence, those subscribers desiring back numbers are informed that the following issues are unobtainable : 1924 : June, July, Aug., Sept., Oct., Nov., Dec. ;...
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Taxation of the over-burdened (i.e., the motorist) is to remain stable for some time to come. The German war may be over by the time these Wanted—A Utility Sports Car words appear. Enthusiasts, many...
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Announcement "MARSHALL" SUPERCHARGERS SIR GEORGE GODFREY AND PARTNERS LTD. of Hampton Road, Hanworth, Middlesex, are glad to announce that they are about to recommence the production of their famous...
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Club News WE HEAR Lt. Ames, R.N.V.R., contemplates following in Cyril Peacock's footsteps and trying to find a 27-h.p. Hispano-Suiza for post-war motoring. He reports meeting Mountjoy, who used to...
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Dagenham, Essex. Sir, • I am intrigued with your review of my book " Wheelspin," particularly the suggestion for more careful editing. In this connection may I draw your attention to a paragraph at...
Sir, I should like to congratulate S/Ldr. Marris on his article on suspension in the April issue, but there is one statement he makes that I would like to correct. He says that " When a rapidly...
Sir, The racy-looking, but not, I think, very fast Continental Road-Equipped Special" seen in the picture on page 72 of the April issue, is called, believe it or not, a " Poloka-Skol." I saw it...
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Sir, With reference to your soft, whispering response to the N.L.E.C.C.'s journal;leader, of which I am the author, I would make three comments :— (1) The N.L.E.C.C. does not cater intentionally for...
Sir, Allow me to associate myself wholeheartedly with Tony bolt's trenchant article in your March issue on "The Ethics of the Quality Car." I fear it is too optimistic to hope that either the...
Sir, As one who has never found any fascination in the very small, high-revving, highly and usually over-Stressed engine, I wonder, after reading Captain Moon's informative article on the Austin "...
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