Articles tagged Bush

Page 45 of September 1963 archive issue thumbnail Page 45, September 1963

Hants & Berks M.C. Specials Evening (July 26th)

For three years now Nancy Cawthome has organised an unusual and most interesting assembly of privately-owned "specials" from amongst the Hants & Berks M.C. membership. Known by the delightful title of "Sloggin and Clatter," the idea is that unusual, even unexpected, vehicles shall turn up, to be examined, discussed, and perhaps ridden-in. This year the assembly was a couple-of-dozen strong,...

Page 59 of August 1963 archive issue thumbnail Page 59, August 1963

No more B.M.C. touring kits

Sir, Last month I called at my usual B.M.C. main agent to obtain an overseas touring kit for my Sprite, only to be told that these kits are no longer available for B.M.C. cars. As an alternative, agents had been sent a list of spare parts which the customer was either advised to purchase or else come to a private "sale or return" agreement with the individual main agent. Since the list comprised...

Page 50 of June 1963 archive issue thumbnail Page 50, June 1963

The Midland Motor Museum

On May 29th another museum was opened. This is the Midland Motor Museum at Measham, of which Lord Montagu is Chairman and which is owned by a company formed by David Wickens, Chairman of Measham Motor Sales. The Museum is housed in a fine new building, able to accommodate 80 vehicles and with natural lighting front glass panels in the roof. High doors enable commercial vehicles to be driven in,...

Page 49 of December 1980 archive issue thumbnail Page 49, December 1980

The Wartime Diaries of an RFC Officer

The Wartime Diaries of an RFC Officer (Continued from the November issue) WE HAVE reached the Diary entries of "X", the RFC Officer who became a well-known racing motorist after the war, for December 1917. He was met on December 14th by Bush and his Crossley, in which they went to the War Office and later net off for Wyton, arriving by lunchtime. Lady X was staying near Ely so her son visited her...

Page 119 of November 1980 archive issue thumbnail Page 119, November 1980

The Wartime Diaries of an RFC Officer

The Wartime Diaries of an RFC Officer (continued from the October issue) THESE diaries of the Irish Guards Officer who had joined the Royal Flying Corps, whom I am referring to as X, are now at the October 1917 stage. X had collected a Sunbeam racing car from Mr. Dewis, who was Manager of the Mercedes Company in London at that time. This Sunbeam, which could well have been a 1913 Grand Prix car...

Page 24 of January 1960 archive issue thumbnail Page 24, January 1960

Fragments on Forgotten Makes

No. 10: The Warren Lambert It is hard today, when only 25 manufacturers are currently operating in Britain, to appreciate just how many were struggling for existence before the first World War. One such make which achieved more success than many, before it, too, faded away, was the Warren Lambert. Mr. A. Warren Lambert had the first garage in Putney and made a name for himself at Brooklands and...

Page 17 of August 1957 archive issue thumbnail Page 17, August 1957

Continental Notes

Without doubt the event of the year was the visit by a large contingent of Indianapolis cars and drivers to Monza, creating a meeting that was unique in the history of European motor-racing. Whether the meeting was a success, or whether track racing of that type should be encouraged, is quite beside the point. The Monza-Indianapolis event was something new to European racing eyes, and as such...

Page 20 of October 1941 archive issue thumbnail Page 20, October 1941


Sir, As an enthusiast who has just moved from London to a farm four miles from I 'Afield I am very keen to meet any ,cal enthusiasts who are interested in the Sport, especially if they can wield a spanner to sonic purpose. I have a fairly interesting collection of machinery : " 2 '3 " Single-en III (;, P. Bugatti, Spec .• 110 " Talbot, a c •• N." Magnette and Vincent 11.14.1). " but my mechanical...

Page 51 of June 1958 archive issue thumbnail Page 51, June 1958


Collins (Ferrari) Wins International Trophy SILVERSTONE, May 4th THIS year the International Trophy race did not take its usual form of two short heats and a final, but took place over 50 laps of the Silverstone circuit in the form of a non-stop 150-mile race. Open to cars of F1 and F2 the two types ran together for an overall classification with a special sub-division for the F2 cars. Of the...

Page 66 of February 1996 archive issue thumbnail Page 66, February 1996

Forgotten Makes: The Mass

I will try to avoid making too much of the rather crude joke that the Mass must have been so-named to appeal to those of the Catholic faith, or that it was done to encourage customers who, in the earlier motoring days, thought there were dangers in this mode of travel that might be less serious if their motor car was strongly constructed. In fact, the name derived from that of the Concessionaire...



October 2019
Brawn Supremacy



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