Articles tagged Jack Duller

Page 14 of January 1945 archive issue thumbnail Page 14, January 1945

THE DECEMBER REMBRANDT MEETING

THE DECEMBER REMBRANDT MEETING N Sunday, December :;rd, yel another Rembrandt enthusiasts' gathering was held. The usual collection of assorted fast cars was to he seen outside with the usiial coloured num ber plates ; among the more interesting were a " 20/90 " British Salmson, an " International " Aston-Ma I1.. i .n. a blown 1,750-e.e. Alfa-Romeo, a ":128" B.M.W.. and a flock of assorted Fiats...

Page 41 of January 1979 archive issue thumbnail Page 41, January 1979

Books for the New Year

"The Art of Gordon Crosby" by Peter Garnier. 95 pp. 13" x 9¼". (The Hamlyn Publishing Group Ltd., Astronaut House, Feltham, Middlesex. £7.95). I may not be the best person to review this book of Gordon Crosby paintings and sketches, for the reason that as a motoring historian I prefer photographs to the work of artists, these being, in general, unable to lie, thus avoiding confusion over the past...

Page 44 of January 1979 archive issue thumbnail Page 44, January 1979

Racing Driver -Racing Motorist

"He can be regarded as the leader of the latest type of racing-motorist created in the atmosphere of the track" - The Autocar writing about Percy Lambery in 1913. "Because road-racing is so entirely different from track-racing in any of its forms it is rare to find that anyone whose whole enthusiasm is centred about the very fast run of the Track can take quite the same interest in other branches...

Page 50 of July 1968 archive issue thumbnail Page 50, July 1968

Francorchamps 1,000 Kilometres

Team Gulf do it again Spa, Belgium, May 26th. Falling between the gruelling 1,000 Kms. race at the Nurburgring and the projected Le Mans 24 Hours, the annual Grand Prix de Spa meeting was not expected to be too well supported. However, in this season of meagre factory support, only the "works" Autodelta Alfa team stayed away. J. W. Automotive did not repeat their German mistake of splitting the...

Page 32 of July 1966 archive issue thumbnail Page 32, July 1966

Veteran-Edwardian-Vintage

A Section Devoted to Old-Car Matters The vintage car movement and its associated derivatives has never been in better or more active fettle and it would be quite impossible to estimate how many people derive pleasure and entertainment from the numerous rallies and other fixtures that occupy every summer week-end and represent such a typically English form of motoring entertainment. Few of the...

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