Articles tagged T. N. Allen

Page 44 of March 1972 archive issue thumbnail Page 44, March 1972

Factory methods of the vintage era

No. 15: Rolls-Royce Soon after this series was instituted we took a look at the careful and academical methods of construction which made Rolls-Royce cars what they were in 1928. Long before that, circa 1912, F. Henry Royce, yet to be knighted, had evolved his famous, or notorious, bumping-rig, for stressing Rolls-Royce chassis to extremes. It was said that a well-known American car was chained...

Page 55 of February 1970 archive issue thumbnail Page 55, February 1970

Bentley service

Sir, I was very surprised to read the letter from Mr. T. N. Allen in your January issue complaining of poor Bentley service, which is completely at variance with my own experience. I have owned a 1955 R-type Bentley for the last seven years. With minor exceptions, all the work on the car has been done by me or at the Rolls-Royce London Service Station in Hythe Road, and I cannot remember a single...


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