Monthly Archives: August 2014

Saab Monte Carlo 850

Last Sunday the Larz Anderson Museum of Transportation in Brookline, MA held its annual Swedish Car Day.  I was dealing with my own Swedish car issue that day and as such I was unable to make it to Larz Anderson’s. … Continue reading

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An Excellent Guide To Rally Co-Driving

Right away when I saw that Mark Williams had written a book on rally co-driving I knew that it would be a valuable and useful guide.  And now after having read the book, I can say that it is all … Continue reading

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Ronnie Adams Caricature Sketch

Recently I bought an older print of a caricature sketch of rally driver, Ronnie Adams, from a seller in Australia.  Ronnie Adams was a very successful rally driver, who among other things won the 1956 Monte Carlo Rally when this … Continue reading

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A Triumph TR4 Takes On The Summer Alcan 5000

Robert Vogel of Massachusetts sent me a copy of an article entitled “Beachers Ready To Rally” written by Andrew Hudson that was published in the “Beach Metro Community News”. Robert Vogel is a Cape Cod area British car enthusiast who … Continue reading

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Mustang GT350

I recently attended the annual car show of the Mustang Car Club of New England that was held at the Auburn Mall in Auburn, Massachusetts.  I saw a number of interesting cars at the show.  One of those was the … Continue reading

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Montlhery Was A Major Record Setting Venue

I have recently posted about the road near Jabbeke, Belgium that was used for establishing top speed records or measurements in the early 1950s.  The other major record-setting venue for speed-distance records was the Montlhery track near Paris, France.  This … Continue reading

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World Cup Rally Route & British Leyland’s Team

As I noted in an earlier post a couple of weeks ago, I am reading Graham Robson’s book “World Cup Rally 40” about the 1970 World Cup Rally.  Robson claims that this might have been the greatest rally of all … Continue reading

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