Articles tagged Arthur Archer

Page 53 of August 1975 archive issue thumbnail Page 53, August 1975

Cordon Rouge Prescott

On July 6th the House of Seagram, importers of G. H. Mumm's Cordon Rouge champagne, again sponsored the Classic Prescott hill-climb and, incidentally, gave me an excellent champagne lunch; which was jolly decent oOf them, remembering the rude things I wrote last year about the supposedly-replica "Cordon Rouge" Bugatti. This time Raymond Mays, who raced the real "Cordon Rouge" Brescia in 1924,...

Page 32 of July 1986 archive issue thumbnail Page 32, July 1986

The 250F Maserati - Part 2

Before starting Part Two of the 250F saga a few observations on Part One will not go amiss. A Swiss garage owner has sent a copy of a bill of sale dated 23rd November 1956 on which it is stated that he had taken delivery of "Autovettura Corsa Maserati — tips 250/F No. 2518 di motore e telaio — completa in ordine di marca" which says, when translated, that he had bought the 250F Maserati racing...

Page 32 of April 1986 archive issue thumbnail Page 32, April 1986

The 250F Maserati - Part one

Last year there was a race for Maserati cars only, at a VSCC meeting at Silverstone, with a good turn-out of pre-war cars from Bologna and post-war cars from Modena, but unfortunately the VSCC itself and many reporters got into a terrible muddle over the 250F entries. This was not surprising as there are numerous fake 250F type Maseratis about the place and some of them are masquerading under...

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