Articles tagged Austin Sevens

Page 23 of September 1977 archive issue thumbnail Page 23, September 1977

Matters of the moment

A Date to Remember Among the heat and fury of Grand Prix races counting towards the World Championship club racing tends to be overlooked. But it flourishes, nevertheless, and on October 15th, at Silverstone, something rather special in this latter category is due to take place, namely, the 750 MC’s Six-Hour Relay-Race, This unusual and interesting means of packing a great deal of racing at club...

Page 26 of July 1975 archive issue thumbnail Page 26, July 1975

VSCC Light Car Rally

The Light Car Section of the VSCC held its annual Rally in the Cotswolds on June 7th and 8th, a weekend of glorious sunshine well-suited to these small cars. Saturday included a 'bus trip to the Woolstaplers Hall museums in Chipping Campden, showing Guy Griffiths' collection of interesting and desirable historic cars. Later a regatta was held; Neill Bruce and Pat Wilson emerged the winners of a...

Page 61 of July 1963 archive issue thumbnail Page 61, July 1963

Vintage fixtures

A Static Display and Parade of Veteran and Vintage Cars and Motorcycles is to be held in Oakley Park, near Basingstoke, Hants, on Sunday, August 18th, in conjunction with a Charity Cricket Match between the Hampshire County Cricket XI and Oakley XV, in aid of the Hampshire C.C.C. Centenary Appeal. Pride of Ownership Cups will be awarded, and all entries will receive a Commemorative Plaque. Entry...

Page 56 of July 1963 archive issue thumbnail Page 56, July 1963

Pre-war Austin Sevens

The Vintage Austin Register, 750 M.C. and Cambridge Vintage A.7 Club have made valiant attempts to bring together pre-war Austin Sevens. But did you know that more than 20 such cars had a police escort through Birmingham to the Austin Motor Company recently? They belong to members of the Pre-War Austin Seven Club, formed a year ago. It has some 70 members. Sec.: G. Stafford, 124, Whittaker Road,...

Page 48 of April 1963 archive issue thumbnail Page 48, April 1963

What are the small firms doing?

A survey of the products of some of Britain's smallest motor manufacturers. We have always been on the side of the really small motor manufacturers partly because of the fact that they have to stand up against the might of the Big Five but mainly because they try to produce cars which are vastly different from the necessarily standardised products of the larger manufacturers. They concentrate...

Page 10 of March 1940 archive issue thumbnail Page 10, March 1940

The appeal of the vintage sports-car

[IN THIS INFORMATIVE ARTICLE CECIL CLUTTON EXPLAINS THE APPEAL OF THE VINTAGE SPORTS-CAR AND GOES ON TO GIVE VALUABLE DATA RELATING TO SOME OF THE MORE FAMOUS SPORTS AND FAST TOURING CARS OF THE PERIOD 1920-1930. WE ARE OFTEN CHIDED FOR PUTTING IN SO MANY REFERENCES TO EDWARDIAN AND VINTAGE MOTORS, BUT THE VINTAGE S.C.C., FOR OWNERS OF PRE-1931 CARS. HAD A TREMENDOUS FOLLOWING WHEN WAR BROKE OUT—...

Page 46 of May 1987 archive issue thumbnail Page 46, May 1987

The story of ... Rejo

Rejo times One of the less well known cars appearing in HSCC racing is Roger Ealand's Rejo Mk4. It is one of a dozen cars designed and built by Rod Easterling in the early sixties, cars so well constructed that Colin Chapman offered Easterling a job as a designer. Rejos were designed for club racing and within that restricted ambition were successful, their most outstanding characteristic being...

Page 29 of March 1928 archive issue thumbnail Page 29, March 1928

THE COLMORE CUP TRIAL. GALE DRIES THE COURSE.

THE COLMORE CUP TRIAL. GALE DRIES THE COURSE. THE results of the Colmore Cup Trial show that twostroke motor-cycles have once again made outstanding performances. 'Me Colmore Cup itself was won by J. Parker, on a four-stroke B.S.A. cornbination, but two of the premier solo prizes—the Walker Cup and the Calthorpe Trophy—were won by two-strokes. The Walker Cup, for machines up to 175 c.c., went to...

Page 11 of April 1950 archive issue thumbnail Page 11, April 1950

"Brooklands"

The 100,000-word, extensively-illustrated third volume of W. Boddy's "Story of Brooklands" will be published on May 12th. It. completes this unique history of racing, covering the seasons 1933 to 1939 inclusive. Orders should be placed now, from your bookseller, or from Grenville Publishing Co. Ltd., 15, City Road, London, E.C.1. The price is 12s. 6d., or 13s. post free.  

Page 56 of November 1971 archive issue thumbnail Page 56, November 1971

Vintage miscellany

Champagne Trophy.—The latest sponsors of Historic car races are Charles Heidsieck Champagne, who put the Charles Heidsieck Challenge Trophy for a race at the AMOC Crystal Palace Meeting in September, Mon. and Mme. Jean Marc Heidsieck flying over from Paris to present it. The enthusiastic Morris Register had a long article on Morris GPO vans in the Summer edition of its journal and there is a neat...

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