Articles tagged Strachan

Page 18 of April 1938 archive issue thumbnail Page 18, April 1938


SPECIALS Sir, The suggestion by Mr. Strachan of fitting a larger engine in a small sports chassis is far better in my opinion than tuning the existing engine. I often wonder why " special " builders tune small engines, with sometimes very poor results in performance. A larger engine, in my opinion, would give the desired perform ance with less trouble. While on this subject, I wonder if any of...

Page 18 of May 1941 archive issue thumbnail Page 18, May 1941

Letters from readers

Sir, As an incurable motor-cyclist I was particularly interested in "More Mark V, or a Study in Average Speed" in the March issue. If a motor-cyclist chooses the wrong line on a bend when travelling fast or if he fails to observe a slippery patch of road or a change in road-surface he will probably perform an involuntary act which is picturesquely described as buying a box of tacks. Such a...

Page 3 of January 1927 archive issue thumbnail Page 3, January 1927


EDITORIAL NOTES. Ramblings, Rumours and Reminiscences. Being Asides About All Sorts of Things. Is it possible for motor repair work to be carried out on I systematic lines ? That is the burden of my princi pal Rambling this month, which, by the way is the first month of a New Year, so here's a. Happy New Year to all our readers. That, of course, suggests new resolutions and as I am never able to...


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