Monthly Archives: November 2018

I Add A Brantz Laser 3 Rally Computer To My Navigation Toolbox

Recently I added another rally computer, the Brantz Laser 3, to my toolbox of navigation equipment.  This rally computer has been around for a long time.  The first time that I used this rally computer was in the early 2000s … Continue reading

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More On Triumph Le Mans Cars and The Conrero

In a recent post I discussed the Conrero which had been built for Triumph at Le Mans but due to financial issues Triumph dropped the Conrero car and used a TRS body which I mentioned in my post but did … Continue reading

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Vaudreuil GT – A “Lost” Canadian Car

A couple of days ago I got a request from a reader of this website from the British Automobile Touring Association of Nova Scotia (BATANS) to take a look through the 1961 and 1962 issues of Canada Track & Traffic … Continue reading

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One Canadian Question Is Answered

My question about the G.S.M. Delta advertisement in Canada Track & Traffic has been answered.  Thanks to Fred Gallagher, David Scothorn, Gary Hamilton, and Darryl Hurter for providing information about this car.  I continue to be impressed by how much … Continue reading

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Two Canadian Questions With Answers Sought

In the last day or two I have been looking through some 1961 and 1962 issues of Canada Track & Traffic searching for a particular advertisement.  I  am still searching for that advertisement, but I did come across two advertisements … Continue reading

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I Must Be Getting Old – I Bought A Cadillac!!

The next thing you know I’ll be playing bingo in the church basement!  I must be getting old – I just bought a Cadillac!  But in my own defense it was a Cadillac XLR, so don’t be too critical of … Continue reading

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“Driven”: Rosemary Smith, Rally Driver

I frequently buy books about car rallying and recently I added “Driven” to my half vast library of rally books.  Driven is an autobiography (this word seems appropriate in this case) about Rosemary Smith.  Smith was a top international rally … Continue reading

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