Articles tagged Hadley

Page 48 of March 1991 archive issue thumbnail Page 48, March 1991

Veteran to classic -- Jowett Jupiter

The Little Beauty " I must take you to task over a statement which you made in the December 1990 issue of Motor Sport in the Triumphant Trio article when you stated 'after all, where else are you going to get an everyday sports car which takes you to a race meeting, is partially stripped, etc, etc.' Well the Jowett Jupiter is one such car. . . . My particular Jupiter, which I have owned since...

Page 83 of February 1996 archive issue thumbnail Page 83, February 1996

What to look out for:

Rust has taken its toll on unrestored steel-. bodied cars: virtually every square inch of metalwork is susceptible to the vagaries of 'tin worm'. Pay particular attention to the wheel arches, windscreen pillars, the front wings around the headlamps, and both the front and rear inner wings. The only good news is that there is an army of specialists who can provide replacement panels. Chassis:...

Page 16 of September 1936 archive issue thumbnail Page 16, September 1936

SPEED IN THE SUN AT SOUTHSEA

SPEED IN THE SUN AT SOUTHSEA FRAZER-NASH MAKES FINE SHOWING — VAUXHALL-VILLIERS FASTEST OF ALL The Southsea Motor Club is really deserving of the highest praise, for the organisation of its speed trials of August 15th was almost perfect, if one overlooks a few minor matters, such as the temporary failure of certain loud-speakers, the lorry that trundled up the course when two competitors were...

Page 6 of April 1938 archive issue thumbnail Page 6, April 1938

"BIRA" WINS THE FIRST BIG RACE OF 1938

" BIRA" WINS THE FIRST BIG RACE OF 1938 E.R.A. VICTORIOUS IN THE CRYSTAL PALACE CORONATION TROPHY AT 57.83 m.p.h. ARTHUR DOBSON (E.R.A.) WINS HIS HEAT. WAKEFIELD'S MASERATI SIX AND THE AUSTINS WELL IN THE PICTURE. ON April 2nd the Crystal Palace roadcircuit commenced its second season, graced with fine weather and a brisk breeze blowing down the Terrace Straight. Considering that the Boat Race...

Page 8 of September 1939 archive issue thumbnail Page 8, September 1939

HADLEY'S GREAT WIN AT THE PALACE

11ADLEIF'S GREAT WIN AT TILE . PALACE IT was too much to expect that everything would be absolutely normal at the Crystal Palace onSaturday,August 26th—the day many people believed to be zero hour for the Second World War. The demands of national service of some or other thinned the crowd down to a shadow of the usual attendance, and there were absentees among the competitors, too. There were...

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