March 2017 Issue

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In the March 2017 issue of The Automobile

Mick Walsh gets behind the wheel of an historic Alfa Romeo 8C 2300 and in, Potent Perfection, reveals what makes this famous model so special

Doug Nye shares some marvellous glass-plate negatives from the early days of motor sport in Europe and describes the men and machines shown in The motor racing photography of Maurice-Louis Branger

Famous furniture designer Ambrose Heal bought a Sunbeam Twenty new in 1930 and drove it extensively across Europe.
This much-loved car is still in the family today, as Matthew Bell discovers in Family Business 

Designed and built by Ken Delingpole and Ron Lowe, the Ford-powered Dellows were among the most successful postwar trials cars. In Dellow: uncompromisingly a sports car, John Warburton, a former owner, tells the story of these distinctive sporting specials from Birmingham

In Shaped by the Wind, Delwyn Mallett travels to the Zeppelin Museum to visit an exhibition dedicated to streamlining in all its forms

Douglas Blain savours an opportunity to stretch the legs of his rebuilt Ballot 2LS along Australia’s Great Ocean Road… A Vintage Adventure

In this months Back on the Road, Michael Ware reports on the restoration of ’Goff’ Imhof’s 1946 Allard J1, which has been off the road for half a century

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