Articles tagged D. CAMERON PECK

Page 7 of March 1948 archive issue thumbnail Page 7, March 1948

America Likes British Cars!

Under the heading "Imported Horsepower" in Esquire for February we were pleased to read some complimentary remarks about British and Continental cars and to be told that "Foreign sports cars, like those pictured here, are a red-hot cult among the few hundred Americans who own one. Membership in the cult is by no means confined to New York and Hollywood big-money circles. In the clubs to which...

Page 35 of November 1950 archive issue thumbnail Page 35, November 1950

Club news

Club News WE HEAR The ex-works " Rubber-Duck " Austin Seven single-seater that went ottt to New Zealand now has a Ford engine installed. Cat folk are rightly intolerant of railways, but it must go on record that railwaymodellers seem to know more about motoring matters than you might suspect. At all events, photographs in the October Model Raihcay News showed that J. It Ahern, F.R.P.S., owner Of...

Page 17 of April 1940 archive issue thumbnail Page 17, April 1940

Letters from readers

Sir, I read with great interest the article by Mr. Cooper, in the January issue, on the 12/50 and 12/60 Alvis car, and have been intending to drop you a line on the subject ever since. It would appear impertinent of me to disagree with him on any point, in view of his connection with the manufacturers of the cars; however, there are several points where we differ, so that I will take his...


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