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IVVCC International Gordon Bennett Rally 2017

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Author: Noel Hughes Monday, 12 June 2017

IVVCC International Gordon Bennett Rally 2017

Following on from the Pioneer Run, this weekend the 9th to 11th June 2017 we had the IVVCC International Gordon Bennett Rally commemorating the 114th anniversary of the 1903 Gordon Bennett Race. It was a very well organised event, with 155 cars taking part. The event was based in Mount Wolseley Hotel Tullow, Co. Carlow. The route took us through the quiet and the very scenic roads of counties Carlow, Kildare and Wicklow. Our car no. 17 is a 1911 Renault AX with sisters Katie Hughes driver and Julie Gruenfeldova navigator. A great weekend was had by all and we were delighted to receive The Alan Wilson Memorial trophy Concours d’Elegance.

    
   

MG M. J2 SUPERCHARGED 1932

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Author: GIUSEPPE Friday, 09 June 2017

MG M. J2 SUPERCHARGED  1932
   

Turcat Mery Model SG 1925

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Author: Jak Guyomar Wednesday, 07 June 2017

Turcat Mery Model SG 1925Hi---Here are some photos of our Model SG Turcat Mery that is similar to the one on your magazine page a few days ago. I am in the restoration process & have finished the mechanicals & am about to start on the coachwork. The body is a 5 passenger Tourer by Smith & Waddington of Sydney Australia. See also my comments on the PreWarCar Magazine page. Cheers----------Jak Guyomar
  
   

11 stedentocht

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Author: gerrit postmus Tuesday, 30 May 2017

11 stedentochtWe made also an attempt to finish the rally. we started in our Overland 8O (year 1915) but due the lack off oil presure, luckely near our home. We finished the rally with our 10 year younger Citroen trefle. Old soldiers never die, the only fade away.

Editor: well said Gerrit. I hope you enjoyed your day anyway.
   

The RIAC Pioneer Run Sunday 28th May 2017

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Author: Noel Hughes Tuesday, 30 May 2017

The RIAC Pioneer Run Sunday 28th May 2017On the weekend of the 28th May 2017  we participated in a very plesant rally organised by The Royal Irish Automobile Club, one of the oldest car clubs in the world. The run was for Brighton cars,  pre 1904 and veteran cars pre 1918. We travelled through the lovely flat fruit and vegatable growing area of North Co,  Dublin, Ireland. The people of the area really got into the spirit of the rally and were out in family groups waving us along and taking photographs as we travelled along the quiet country roads, all this within a stones throw of our capital city. I was a passanger with my daughter Katie, the only female driver taking part. Our Car is a 1911 Renault AX. an Irish Registered car from new, us being  the fourth Irish owner.
  
   

Have you ever seen a more artful radiator mascot?

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Author: Johannes Woskowski Sunday, 28 May 2017

Have you ever seen a more artful radiator mascot?Here you can see another radiotor mascot.weight 1 kg on my 1923 Leon Paulet,one of four exist.
Johannes
Germany
   

FN-BMW 319/45 1935

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Author: Richard Friday, 19 May 2017

FN-BMW 319/45 1935This car was originally owned by John Eason-Gibson who used it in competitions in the mid thirties including 1936 RAC Rally and Brooklands Driving Tests. It is picture in Denis Jenkinson's book 'Chain Drive to Turbocharger' at Brooklands where John is at the wheel with Bill Body (WB late editor of Motor Sport) in the passenger seat.

The car was taken off the road in 1963 suffereing from oil pressure problems. I acquired it in 1987 as an incomplete wreck and completed its restoration in 2106. The engine was rebuilt by Tony Byford of Swindon and the bodywork was undertaken by David Cale of Worcester
   

Véhicule NAPIER

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Author: RIOU PH Sunday, 14 May 2017

Véhicule NAPIERDIEPPE 1998
HUTTON 1908 Construite par D.NAPIER & Fils
Véhicule piloté par W.Watson remporta le TOURIST TROPHY en 1908 sur l'ILE de MAN
Véhicule ayant appartenu à Bryan GOODMAN - REIGATE 
 
   

my 1913 morris oxford poplar

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Author: john Sunday, 07 May 2017

my 1913 morris oxford poplarthis is my 1913 morris oxford bullnose poplar it still has its original WHITE & POPPE ENGINE GEARBOX AND WHITE & POPPE  CARB the only thing that is not original is the canvas hood  car still runs and drives perfect
      
   

Belsize quiz.

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Author: Neil Burdock Monday, 01 May 2017

Belsize quiz.

Hello, I rarely have a clue regading your pre war quiz items. However when I saw the picture I remembered I had seen it in one of my motoring books. The book is titled "The Autocar Handbook" and  subtitled " A Guide to the Motor Car". It was printed by Iliffe & Sons and is the tenth edition. Although the book is not dated, within the script and amongst the adverts the date appears to be September 1920. There are one or two adverts for cars made just after the war which dissapeared a few years later.

The Deemster, The All british Stafford, 5 cylinder Radial Enfield-Allday, Storey and a view of a V8 engine "The King".

Neil Burdock

 

   

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