Articles tagged Charles Jarrot

Page 12 of May 1941 archive issue thumbnail Page 12, May 1941

Some Bugatti history

[Ettore Bugatti is one of the best loved and most picturesque characters in the game. Now that his fate is unknown, we can only reverence his past accomplishments. Last month a British private owner, who wished to remain anonymous, wrote in praise of his Bugattis. Here Cecil Clutton gives facts and figures relating to some pre-1914 creations of "Le Patron." —Ed.] THE photographic series of "...

Page 9 of November 1927 archive issue thumbnail Page 9, November 1927

GREAT RACING MARQUES.

GREAT RACING MARQUES. IX.-LORRAINE-DIETRICH. By E. K. H. KARSLAKE. LA Societe Lorraine des amiens etallissements de Dietrich et Cie de Limeville a Argenteuil, is the full name of the manufacturer of the LorraineDietrich car, and in it is contained some fact of history. De Dietrich et Cie of Limeville in Lorraine were a wellknown engineering firm long before the era of motor cars, and when they...

Page 75 of April 1980 archive issue thumbnail Page 75, April 1980

John Walker's 1908 Grand Prix Panhard-Levassor

The Editor investigates the latest of the giant Edwardian racing cars to be restored  The most exciting and satisfying of all the pre-war racing cars, to my mind, are the big Edwardians. Very few have survived, and those that have do not often appear on the race tracks these days. I can remember clearly the interest and enthralling delight, just prior to the Second World War, when these racing...

Page 24 of January 1964 archive issue thumbnail Page 24, January 1964

Eastern counties reminiscences

[In the "Cars in Books" feature last month I quoted from "Essex Schooldays," by Simon Dewes, which contained references to the Rev. Topham who had a liking for very large, powerful Edwardian cars, although these were not mentioned by makes. Remembering the clear memory of Mr. J. Harvey of Luton for the early days of motoring in Essex and Sussex, I wrote to ask if he had read this book. Not only...

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