Articles tagged Talbot Ten

Page 17 of April 1941 archive issue thumbnail Page 17, April 1941

Club news

C. U. A. C. The Cambridge University Automobile Club's dinner of March 8th, so ably organised by J. B. Jesty, was highly successful. Forty-five persons attended, in spite of existing difficulties. Those who sat down to dinner were: Guests: Laurence Pomeroy, Gordon Wilkins, Anthony Heal and Arthur Hyde; Veteran Members: Michael May, D. B. Tubbs, Andrew Fairtlough, D. Hampshire, R. Habershon, A. J...

Page 19 of November 1938 archive issue thumbnail Page 19, November 1938


A GUIDE TO 1939 HIGH PERFORMANCE CARS (Concluded from the October issue) THIS LIST OF SPECIFICATIONS AND DATA HAS BEEN COMPILED TO ASSIST THE PROSPECTIVE PURCHASER OF A FAST CAR IN THE DIFFICULT MATTER OF CHOOSING HIS MOUNT FOR THE COMING SEASON MERCEDES-BENZ German. British Mercedes-Benz Ltd., Grosvenor Road, London, S.W.1. 170V. 4 eyl., 73.5 x 100, 1,697 c.c. 13.4 h.p. Tax £10 10 0. 3 bearing...

Page 31 of January 1937 archive issue thumbnail Page 31, January 1937


THE TWENTY-SIXTH "GLOUCESTER" M.G. MIDGET AND FRAZER-NASH-B.M.W. VANQUISH ALL RIVALS The London Gloucester Trial of the N.W. London M.C., of which the twenty:sixth of the series was held last month, is one of the big trials " classics." Extra fun and games were intended to intrude this year, by reason of .a ruling that required each competitor to undertake to sell his car at list price, if new;...

Page 7 of April 1944 archive issue thumbnail Page 7, April 1944

Mostly Frazer-Nash

Mostly Fravr-Nash When R. P. Gordon Jones, who, incidentally, is a nephew of the late J. G. Parry-Thomas, offered to write this article, he apologetically said it would be mostly about Frazer-Nashes owned by himself and friends. I retorted that you can't have too much about Frazer-Nashes.--Ed. IHAD my first driving lesson on my mother's 1925 " Grand Sport " Amilear. This came to an abrupt end...

Page 35 of August 1951 archive issue thumbnail Page 35, August 1951


VINTAGE VEERINGS 131 11( El Y. vintage happenings having eased up a bit in contrast to the almost weekly Festival parades of the vet eranti, we can afford to refer back briefly to the Second V.S.C.C. Silverstone Meeting of June 23rd. These meetings always produce a most interesting variety of ears, and this one was no exception ; " 30/98 '• Vauxhalls were entered by Quartermaine, Plowman, Neve,...

Page 15 of September 1958 archive issue thumbnail Page 15, September 1958

Letters from readers

N.B.—Opinions expressed are those of our Correspondents and "Motor Sport" does not necessarily associate itself with them.—Ed. The Monza "500" Sir, The report by Mr. Denis Jenkinson of the Monza "500" surely denudes him completely of the stature and reputation he gained largely on his report of the Mille Miglia. (1) It will be recalled that on that occasion he survived a very brisk 1,000 miles...

Page 25 of August 1937 archive issue thumbnail Page 25, August 1937


RALLY TEAM PRIZE WON BY SINGERS SAY what you will about Rallies, they are a very natural form of competition, testing cars under touring conditions, and when the M.C.C. are handling the organisation a good entry is assured. This year, with the trials course eliminated, no fewer than eightytwo cars set out from starting points at London, Exeter, and Stratford-on-Avon, to converge on Torquay....

Page 28 of April 1939 archive issue thumbnail Page 28, April 1939


LESLIE JOHNSON (B.M.W.) WINS F.E.C. CROYDON RALLY W.1 N TRY weather persisted for the Ford Enthusiasts' Club's third Croydon Rally on March 26th. L. G. Johnson arrived late, drove beautifully, and won the Challenge Cup from Michael Lawson, who was runner-up. The event was held at the Autodromes School of Motoring, South Croydon, which is an ideal venue. Not only can spectators command a view of...

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TUE 1311Q1DOIKLANIDS VAILLY BEST PERFORMANCE OF THE DAY BY DON ALDINGTON (FRAZER-NASH-B.M.W.) W. M. COUPER (TALBOT 110) DOES 91.86 M.P.H. OVER THE HALF-MILE. Although we hold no brief for the circus type of driving test, the J.C.C. Rally which opens the season at Weybridge is an entirely different matter. Tests of the wiggle-woggle, Monte Carlo and Test Hill variety, while putting a premium on...

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Veteran - Classic

Stanley Cup We had a look on June 22nd at the Stanley Cup well, not literally at the Cup, or the £1,000 cheque that AFN generously give with it to the British Red Cross Society on the occasion of this happy, revived event, but at some of the action Organised for AFN Ltd by Grant Peterkin, this year's Stanley Cup contest started from Motec near Shrewsbury and finished with a buffet-supper at the...



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