Articles tagged David George

Page 38 of February 1988 archive issue thumbnail Page 38, February 1988

Veteran to classic: The American collector

Reborn in the USA It is easy to feel pleased, or even smug, about the old car scene in Britain: we have a huge number of ancient vehicles and run the best-known meeting for them every December between London and Brighton; many of our various enthusiastic clubs are venerable in their own right, and old car racing, from Edwardian monsters to ferocious Seventies Can-Am sportscars, is more prolific,...

Page 49 of March 1989 archive issue thumbnail Page 49, March 1989

Alfa Romeo 2900B

Vincitore di Mille Miglia As one of a handful of premier racing marques before the war, it behove Alfa Romeo's British distributor, Thomson & Taylor, to have a racing car to entice the public to its stand at the 1938 Motor Show. The car which the company sent from Italy could hardly have been more topical or more eye-catching — it was the 8C 2900 which had won the Mille Miglia that year in...

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