Articles tagged End

Page 146 of November 2008 archive issue thumbnail Page 146, November 2008

Not Wolseley’s finest three hours…

I have always had great respect for the two Wolseley Moths which competed so successfully for so many years at Brooklands, and was pleased when Mr End produced a very good replica of one after the original cars had disappeared, and that his friend Mr Thomas made an equally good replica of the two-seater Wolseley which was built for the 1922 JCC 200-mile race for which single-seaters were not...

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...

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Reports of Recent Events

N.W. London M.C. Lawrence Cup Trial Those who expected this oft-postponed event to flop because of summer conditions got the surprise of their lives at Bagshot Heath on the day selected. Torrential rain fell much of the time and between sections Potter's passenger wisely erected her umbrella above the AlIard. Red Roads wasn't too difficult, but failed some of the smaller cars. Len Parker used the...

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