Articles tagged Fred King

Page 84 of July 1989 archive issue thumbnail Page 84, July 1989

Veteran to classic: The Plowman Vauxhall 30/98

107 miles in the hour The 30/98 Vauxhall is, in my opinion and that of most vintage car followers, one of the most desirable cars of its period. Not a sports-car, its Lutonian manufacturer used to explain, just a "fast touring car", but one able to do a guaranteed 100 mph when stripped for racing. One of the more historic examples, now owned by 30/98 Registrar David Marsh, is OE18, known as the "...

Page 40 of October 1974 archive issue thumbnail Page 40, October 1974

Fragments on Forgotten Makes

No.50: The Salmson With the excellent Salmson history by Chris Draper now published (it is reviewed elsewhere) it seems opportune to fill in with some fragments of the London side of this sporting make. This I have been able to do by interviewing Harold Garland, whose memory is prodigious, considering how far back we are going. Garland joined K.J. Motors of Bromley soon after the First World War...

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