Articles tagged Seven Fifty Motor Club

Page 30 of March 1993 archive issue thumbnail Page 30, March 1993

What's in a name?

Dear reader, Every month I read a lot of club magazines, both car and motorcycle, apart from the glossy comics about the old vehicle world. In the 750 Bulletin, the official magazine of the long-established Seven Fifty Motor Club, which the editor of MOTOR SPORT in 1939 proposed as a club for impecunious enthusiasts, formulated around the Austin 7, there is always something interesting to read....

Page 66 of September 1989 archive issue thumbnail Page 66, September 1989

Grass roots

"In view of the fact that class divisions, are becoming increasingly popular in trials, usually start at up-to-1100cc, the Austin Seven, as a 747cc side-valve car, inapt tube outclassed in its older form, as owned by a large body of real enthusiasts," began an unobtrusive notice in Club News (Motor Sport, February 1939, page 43). "The obvious cure seems to be to found the Seven-Fifty Club...


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