Articles tagged Russell Lowry

Page 37 of November 1949 archive issue thumbnail Page 37, November 1949

Book Reviews

"The Indianapolis Records" by Alan Hess (Stuart and Richards, 112 pp., 10s. 6d.). Alan Hess, in this beautifully-produced book, has placed on record the full and intimate story of the successful record-attack at Indianapolis last April by the Austin A90 "Atlantic." As he is Public Relations Officer to the Austin Motor Company, Ltd., it must be assumed that he wrote this book to further Austin...

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RUMBLINGS

RUMBLINGS The season is commencing in a highly interesting manner. Already Ferrari has established its continued superiority in Beginnings Grand Prix and sports-car racing, a fully recovered Villoresi winning at Pau with one of the new unblown 44,-litres, although chased by Rosier Lago-Talbot, and two 2,560.-c.c. Ferraris finishing first and second in the 675-mile Circuit of Sicily, that twist,...

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Fragments on Forgotten Makes No. 11 : The A.V.

The A.V., which was in production at Teddington from 1919 to 1924, was a cyclecar pure and simple. Ward & Avey Ltd. bought the design from John Carden, who had evolved it before the war but who was obsessed with his £100 two-stroke cyclecar on returning to "civvy street." Production of this sporting-looking single-seater or monocar commenced in 1919 at a substantial factory in Somerset Road,...

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BETTER BOOKS LTD. BOOKSELLERS

BETTER BOOKS LTD. BOOKSELLERS • UNDER MY BONNET G. R. N. Minchin Few people CiM have had so many and varied motoring experiences as Mr. Minchin. His nwmory carries hitn back to Ow 1907 and 1908 GordonBennett races and onwards to the present day. He has owned and driven a great variety of cars, including many Rolls-Royces, and has met and known many world-famous men and no en. This book of his...

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THE MONTE CARLO RALLY

BETTER BOOKS LTD, BOOKSELLERS • THE MONTE CARLO RALLY by Russell Lowry A mile-by-mile description of the 1950 Rally (probably the most gruelling ever held) by Mr. Lowy who competed in a V8 Pilot, and with his own witty sketches. Cloth binding. 8s. post free. • ABC OF AMERICAN CARS by Ron Warring A straightfOrward ABC of A/mt./can production model's with description and photos. Covers 19 makes....

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