Articles tagged Talbot Ten

Page 32 of November 1935 archive issue thumbnail Page 32, November 1935

COACHWORK TENDENCIES

SOME OUTSTANDING EXAMPLES SEEN AT OLYMPIA Fashions in sports coachwork have gone full circle and once again at Olympia one saw on every sports-car stand cars with definitely open bodies, usually of the two-door type. Ingress and egress had been well studied, upholstery was in nearly all cases comfortable without being " floppy," windscreens, hoods and side curtains were of practical type, and...

Page 17 of June 1938 archive issue thumbnail Page 17, June 1938

rumblings

Are. ...'•;21' Percy Maclure IHAVE seldom seen so much genuine enthusiasm as that aroused by Percy Maclure's hard-won victory in the J.C.C. International Trophy Race with the unblown oversize Riley. After the formal reception he came coasting with dead engine up the finishing straight as the loud-speakers were playing the National Anthem. As the music died away Maclure got :going again and ran...

Page 29 of May 1939 archive issue thumbnail Page 29, May 1939

THE LAND'S END ON " ORDINARIES"

THE LAND'S END ON "ORDINARIES" FINE WEATHER AND DRY HILLS; BLUICHILLS MINE CAUSES THE GREATEST NUMBER OF FAILURES THE weather cleared up just in time for the Land's End Trial, and 194 car drivers enjoyed a glorious run to the West country. The hills were all dry, with the exception of Crackington and Hustyn, which have their own sources of moisture, but only sixty-four competitors were in the end...

Page 26 of October 1936 archive issue thumbnail Page 26, October 1936

ECONOMICAL REFINEMENT---A 750-MILE ROAD AND TRACK TEST OF THE TALBALL TEN

ECONOMICAL REFINEMENT A 750-MILE ROAD AND TRACK TEST OF THE TALBOT TEN For many years the old-established For many years the old-established firm of Clement-Talbot Ltd. concentrated only on large ears, though their " 8-18 " and " 10-25" models of earlier times are spoken of very highly by those still using them. Then, last year, a modern Talbot Ten was announced, and we have recently had the...

Page 36 of April 1936 archive issue thumbnail Page 36, April 1936

CHOOSING A SPORTS CAR A SURVEY OF MODERN CARS AND CAPABILITIES

Looking through the lists of sports ears published in MOTOR SPORT at the end of last year, the reader finds that there are at least sixty different models available on the British market. With such a number to choose from, how shall he set about selecting the new model? The principal deciding factors are obviously, whether a large car or a small one is needed, is it to carry saloon, fourseater or...

Page 7 of March 1945 archive issue thumbnail Page 7, March 1945

CARS I HAVE OWNED

CARS I HAVE OWNED J. E. B. Little covers his 19 vehicles, from 90/Austin Seven to faster stuf.— Ed. IN, common with many; peoplea-who have a regard for vintage motor cars, my first indulgence was a 1924 Austin Seven, which I bought for the vast sum of £4 10s. when I was 16. This car had many peculiarities, one of them being a decided tendency for the wheels to heel over whilst cornering. As is...

Page 18 of April 1937 archive issue thumbnail Page 18, April 1937

THE R.A.C. HASTINGS RALLY

THE R.A.C. HASTINGS RALLY AN S.S. SUCCESS—FRAZER-NASH-B.M.W., FORD, MORGAN, RILEY, SINGER AND TRIUMPH "IN THE RUNNING " SEVERE CONDITIONS. There are some people who can see nothing in the least intriguing about driving in the R.A.C.'s annual 1,000 miles Rally. Personally, we quite appreciate the strong sense of adventure underlying the task, in spite of the reliability of modern cars, and felt...

Page 24 of March 1942 archive issue thumbnail Page 24, March 1942

A SELECTION OF MOTOR SPORT ROAD TEST

•••?00,..... 0?4.0••?••?•••?•?•••••••?••• Mi•10.111.4*.1.4V?aet.?••?••••??••??•?•?••4V?••••?••••?•ir?••4?l••••?41,1?41M?M?• 6..?•?••••?•••??••?••••?•••••??•••!•••••••• A SELECTION OF MOTOR SPORT ROAD TESTS THAT HAVE APPEARED IN PAST ISSUES If you do not see the road test that you require write us a letter. We may have it in stock, but not published below. 1 Make of Car Issue A.B.C. 11 h.p. 2-cyl...

Page 31 of April 1939 archive issue thumbnail Page 31, April 1939

THE J.C.C. AT PLAY ON BROOKLANDS

THE J.C.C. AT PLAY ON BROOKLANDS FANE MAKES BEST SHOWING WITH A FRAZER-NASH-B.M.W. AT ANNUAL MEMBERS MEETING THE Junior Car Club—for such it is still called—had a miserably cold day for its eighth members' day at Brookland.s on March 25th. It even snowed during the afternoon, but quite a few bright young things spectated, while there was an entry of 186. Seven tests were used. The first was a...

Page 7 of May 1938 archive issue thumbnail Page 7, May 1938

THE BLACKPOOL FINAL TESTS

THE BLACKPOOL FINAL TESTS THE first test, immediately on arrival, took the form of an acceleration test over a quarter-mile, timed by A. V. F,bblewhite, followed by an eighty yard area in which cars had to come to a standstill. The faster cars had to do some extremely heavy braking and we consider that the test was instructive and a definite test of cars, as against the circus type of test...

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