Mr. A. Smith (October 1963) appears to have grown so weary of Morris 1100 criticism, that he appears to have nodded off when quoting acceleration figures up to 70; I can only find figures which are around a second slower, despite looking through a whole heap of magazines. Perhaps he also has fairy feet, since his m.p.g. figures are better than quoted ones, out of all proportion.
N.B. – Opinions expressed are those of our Correspondents and Motor Sport does not necessarily associate itself with them. – Ed.
Are Tubeless Tyres Foolproof?
Having read the letter from H. A. Smith of Ipswich under the heading "Are Tubeless Tyres Foolproof" I feel that I must, in fairness to tubeless tyres, give my experience of them.
The car -- a Hillman Husky -- registered November 1955...
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