Articles tagged George Romney

Page 56 of September 1995 archive issue thumbnail Page 56, September 1995

Tax Exile

The Nash-Healey was the first of the post-war Anglo-American hybrids, presaging various Allards, the AC Cobra, Ford GT40 and 71/R Griffith, as well as more refined vehicles from Bristol, Gordon-Keeble and Jensen. It was made only for sale in America, although works cars competed with distinction at Le Mans and in the Mille Miglia. But it was done for by economics and a family rival. In 1949...

Page 18 of January 1968 archive issue thumbnail Page 18, January 1968

American Comment

Most of the last eight weeks have been spent following the Canadian-American Challenge Cup and a number of the United States Auto Club's championship events, so since this is my first American Comment I thought it would be interesting to give a brief background to the motor-racing scene on this side of the water. In the United States the governing body for the sport is A.C.C.U.S., the Automobile...

Page 20 of April 1968 archive issue thumbnail Page 20, April 1968

American Comment

With the racing season yet to get into full stride, the most interesting sporting news of the past month has been the introduction by American Motors Corporation of its new AMX model. The AMX is the most significant new car to come out of Detroit since Ford announced the Mustang four years ago. It is significant not only for its concept—it is the only low-priced two-seater produced by a U.S....


August 2019
100 years, three cars, one epic track test



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