Articles tagged Edgar Kehoe

Page 136 of March 2009 archive issue thumbnail Page 136, March 2009

Making a splash before Bill

We call WB our Founder Editor, but he was not the first to run Motor Sport. Here he recalls some of his predecessors With Motor Sport always thinking both forward and backwards, it seems very appropriate to consider some of the editors who made it possible. I say some, not all, not because I wish to omit anyone but because I did not know all those who were in office before Mr Wesley J Tee was...

Page 43 of July 1978 archive issue thumbnail Page 43, July 1978

A Brooklands-Model Riley 9

Sir, I read Mr. Hewitt's letter with more than a little surprise, for I am the owner of Brooklands Riley PG 472 (or what's left of it). I acquired the chassis and some other bits in 1967 from one Philip Palmer who had built up one Brooklands out of two and I had the bits that were left over. The chassis (No. 8055) had a body frame of angle iron welded to it! (the things some people do!) which I...

Page 37 of November 1978 archive issue thumbnail Page 37, November 1978

Vintage Postbag

Chitty III Sir, Mention of Count Zborowski in your September issue reminds me of probably the most desirable car I ever owned and undoubtedly the best of the Chitty Bang Bangs - Chitty III, my acquisition of which was very similar to that recounted by John Pole in his "Cars I Have Owned" article in your December, 1960 issue. He and his friend John Noel saw this magnificent machine in the Mercedes...

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