Articles tagged Squire Six

Page 19 of May 1944 archive issue thumbnail Page 19, May 1944

Club News

Club News WE HEAR Apart from the Horstman and A.B.C. mentioned elsewhere in this issue, another early small car, but of rather different conception, exists in Amersham, in the form of Stafford East's touring V-twin G.N. He is assembling it from a large collection of G.N. parts, making up the body from data obtained from memory and photographs, so that it will be virtually a new car. He has also...

Page 18 of October 1944 archive issue thumbnail Page 18, October 1944

Club News

Club News WE HEAR As reported last month, the tditor has gone North—temporarily. Alan Skerman did this journey in a Morris with caravan on tow, and his" 16/80 "Lagonda saloon also went up. In Harrogate fires are sometimes put out by a magnificent Magirus fire-engine, which is of German origin and of 1925 vintage. It has a Morris water-tower, and its engine has Bosch dual ignition, and develops 70...

Page 22 of July 1946 archive issue thumbnail Page 22, July 1946

Club News

We Hear F. W. Hofman, who built and raced the Bowler-Hofman (Bentley) Special, is the latest person to form a tuning establishment, in partnership with Reg. Randle. He would be interested to hear from any readers who have photographs of his old racing car. If anyone can use a rather special, vintage Model 18 Norton bicycle, able to do 90-93 m.p.h., having been converted from standard 1927 to near...

Page 18 of April 1943 archive issue thumbnail Page 18, April 1943

Club News

We Hear...... At a big breaker's yard in Berkshire a really early 2-cylinder, chain-drive Daimler, of probably around 1898 vintage, has put in an appearance, and it is something of a shock to find that it has really sound tyres. Stewart Forrest, chairman of the Midland Motoring Enthusiasts' Car Club, is hoping to acquire an unblown 1.75 litre Alfa-Romeo drophead coupe and to fit it with a body on...

Page 54 of November 1951 archive issue thumbnail Page 54, November 1951

Club News

Club News WE HEAR Quite a number of interesting cars were encountered recently, notably a large vintage Panhard Lavassor saloon on the Embankment, an " 8.3" Renault in Gloucester, a hoodless Austin Twelve tourer Of the "railway door handle" era, full of family, and a Bean Twelve tourer near Prescott, a long-tailed genuine Boyd Carpenter Austin Seven and a yellow-wheeled " 12/24" de Dion Bouton...

Page 3 of February 1946 archive issue thumbnail Page 3, February 1946

Two-Stroke Flashback

Some Details of the Loyd-Lord Car So much curiosity is being displayed at the present time in engines operating on the two-stroke cycle, that there is interest in recalling the Loyd-Lord — one of the most ambitious of two-stroke cars. Announced at Showtime in 1928, the Loyd-Lord was the product of Loyd-Lord, Ltd., of Chiswick. Two and 4-cylinder models were built, the basic construction being the...

Page 21 of September 1946 archive issue thumbnail Page 21, September 1946

Club News

We Hear Donald Pitt has acquired the ex-Bellevue, ex-John Dugdale racing M.G. Magnette, and actually taxed it and drove it home from Monaco, Ltd., to Gloucestershire. Its thirst is about 8 m.p.g.! Gloucestershire is quite a spot. We hear of a Meadows-engined sports-bodied Gwynne, a Straker-Squire Six (yes, yet one more), a Zoller-blown f.w.d. Alvis, an early Talbot, etc., in that area, while...

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