Articles tagged MORRIS MINOR

Page 5 of April 1949 archive issue thumbnail Page 5, April 1949

Reports of Recent Events

Rosario Grand Prix Reg. Parnell Finishes Second The third race in the South American trio of Grands Prix took place on February 13th at Rosario's street-circuit. Farina in the Ferrari won by 31.4 sec., at an average speed of 48.25 m.p.h. from Reg. Parnell's Maserati. Ascari's Maserati was third, Villoresi's Maserati fourth after much engine trouble, Campos' Simca fifth, Cantoni's Maserati sixth...

Page 3 of November 1938 archive issue thumbnail Page 3, November 1938

READERS' SPARE PARTS FOR SALE AND WANTED

READERS' SPARE PARTS FOR SALE AND WANTED FOR SALE Aluminium Ricardo cylinder head, from Austin 7 Austin Seven, Zenith vertical carburetter, cylinder head gasket, new swivel pm bushes, 2 pair anti-roll springs cylinder head, Intake manifold, with Zenith carburetter, wheels and tyres and 1928 normal Austin 7 gearbox 4-cyl. " Scintilla " Vertex Magneto in new condition wheels, two. Complete with...

Page 44 of December 1984 archive issue thumbnail Page 44, December 1984

the top ten

THE TOP TEN — and the Ten Worst, British Cars THE 100th Anniversary of the birth of the motor car, even though there is a divergence of opinion as to when this comes up, will undoubtedly concentrate motoring history in a spate of articles, books, rallies and gimmicks. It has already caused a famous Sunday newspaper supplement to embark on an ingenious interpretation. The paper involved was the...

Page 36 of November 1931 archive issue thumbnail Page 36, November 1931

FOR THE SPORTS-CAR OWNER

FOR THE SPORTS-CAR OWNER. SOME USEFUL EXTRAS AND ACCESSORIES The Perfect Circle Piston Ring. pISTON rings are small components which have a highly-important function, and especially in a highspeed high-compression sports or racing engine their influence can make all the difference between a first class and mediocre performance. The Perfect Circle ring, which is of American design and manufacture...

Page 26 of February 1961 archive issue thumbnail Page 26, February 1961

Rumblings

Boats We visited the Daily Express International Boat Show at Earls Court on Press Pre-View day and found Naval skin-divers braving the filthy water of the Cote d'Azur harbour for the benefit of the cameramen, a young lady all but falling into the same dingy harbour while demonstrating a pair of huge floating shoes to the Press, and the loud-hailer telling the Shop Stewards that they would be...

Page 36 of July 1953 archive issue thumbnail Page 36, July 1953

A Coronation Occasion

The Veteran Car Club's Hyde Park-to-Windsor Rally (June 7th) THE V.C.C. Coronation Rally was indeed a memorable occasion, An entry of 220 vehicles was secured, ranging from E. S. Berry's 1895 4-h.p. Lutzmann Victoria to five cars built, during the Great War, in 1915. This was the largest assembly of veteran motor cars ever gathered together and the setting in which this remarkable concourse was...

Page 17 of February 1946 archive issue thumbnail Page 17, February 1946

Club News

We Hear Lt. Dick Staddon, R.N.V.R., is concentrating all his energies on his Type 37 Bugatti, so he and Lt. Massey Riddle intend to sell the 7th Series Lancia "Lambda" with genuine Italian coupé body that they recently restored. Incidentally, last year their mess boasted Riddle's "105" Talbot 2-seater, two fine 3-litre Bentleys, a 1929 open 2-litre Lagonda, two Talbot "75s," one open, one closed...

Page 43 of April 1934 archive issue thumbnail Page 43, April 1934

A CHEAPER M.G. MAGNETTE

A CHEAPER M.G. MAGNETTE THE `!1•1". TYPE WITH 1250 cc. ENGINE LAST year the M.G. range of small sixes included the 1,100 c.c. Magnette with a full four-stater body, and the Magna range with a similar engine in a small chassis. For 1934 the Magna range except for the Continental coupe has been discontinued and in its place is found the " N" Magnette series. A 1,250 c.c. engine is used and the...

Page 60 of January 1995 archive issue thumbnail Page 60, January 1995

Those "Boxing Night Exeters"

I thought that, in this age of a great many highly organised events for the older cars and with the real MCC Exeter Trial approaching, it might be worth recalling some quite unofficial fun in which a few true vintage-car enthusiasts participated some years ago. I refer to the "Boxing Night Exeters" which Motor Sport and I ran back in the 1950s. The idea was to re-enact the earlier Motor Cycling...

Page 38 of May 1954 archive issue thumbnail Page 38, May 1954

Club News

South Wales A.C. It was very disappointing that the South Wales A.C. should have had such a bad day for the first of their speed events on their new hill on April 3rd. The heavy hill mist and rain never let up for a moment and reduced the visibility on the 600-yard course to something like 50 to 60 yards, making organising an extremely difficult and very wet job. That this was achieved with the...

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