Articles tagged G. E. Pinkerton

Page 21 of October 1955 archive issue thumbnail Page 21, October 1955

Bentley Drivers' Club Hill-Climb (Sept. 4th)

On September 4th the Bentley Drivers' Club held their fifth Hill-Climb Meeting at Firle, high on the Sussex Downs, near Eastbourne. With over seventy entries, about half of which were Bentleys, the meeting had plenty of scope. McKenzie's 3-litre Bentley started the ball rolling, and of the 4½-litre models George Burton in his modified three-carburetter job made very good time (31.11 sec.) in...

Page 33 of October 1955 archive issue thumbnail Page 33, October 1955

Rumblings

A 7.5-M.P.H. Standard Eight  The enthusiast these days is very fortunate, because if the dictates of business or family life make an open two-seater sports car unpractical he can turn to a saloon without serious loss of performance, whereas, in olden days, the performance-gap between sports car and family car was a wide one. That even the smallest-capacity and least-expensive saloons can be...

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