October 2016 Issue

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In the October 2016 issue of The Automobile

The R-Type Continental is widely recognised as the most beautiful and desirable of all postwar Bentleys. Malcolm Bobbitt examines the development of the model, Peter Stevens analyses its elegant form, and Delwyn Mallett reveals what one is like to live with in Gentleman’s Express

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Matthew Bell visits Colin Warrington, the well-known dealer in automobilia and learns about his lifelong passion for motor cars in this month’s Auto-biography

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In HE: The Caversham Beauty, John Warburton recalls the cars made in Reading by the Herbert Engineering Company and examines a rare survivor of the Two Litre model, kept in one family since 1930

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Mick Walsh selects some of his personal highlights from this year’s concours on the Monterey peninsula where Lancia wins at Pebble Beach 

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Of all the pioneer aviators who went on to manufacture cars, perhaps the least remembered is Edwin Prosser. In Prosser’s Progress, Michael Worthington-Williams tells the story of the man and his machines

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In his article, Modern Mechanics, Cally Callomon takes a look inside the St Aldate Garage, a long-lost 1930s establishment in Gloucester city centre

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Michael Ware reports on the restoration of a 1929 Singer Porlock, completed in record time by its enthusiastic owner, in this month’s Back on the Road

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