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Back Issue – November 2017


In the November 2017 issue of The Automobile… Sold new to the USA in 1958, this Bristol-engined AC Ace was campaigned in SCCA competition by three enthusiastic owners. A racer returns: it’s now back in the UK and Delwyn Mallett took it for a spin / Steve Welsh reports from the 2017 Goodwood Revival, in Saltires and Racing Green, which this year included celebrations of Ecurie Ecosse’s 1957 Le Mans win and Vanwall’s first Grand Prix victory / This 1939 VA saloon was the last car owned by the firm’s famed managing director, Cecil Kimber. Rutger Booy tells the remarkable story of Kimber’s last MG and its recent return to the road / In Concours chic, Jörg Sierks selects some highlights from two prestigious concours events held on opposite sides of the English Channel / Hudson’s Super Six was an unlikely star of early American racing. Douglas Blain reveals what made the works cars so successful, and drives a faithful re-creation for Super Six: Hudson’s racer reborn  / A new series of books reveals the hidden talent of a world champion racing driver, Phil Hill: photographer. Mick Walsh explains / For this month’s Back on the Road, Michael Ware reports on the long-term rebuild of a 1933 Lagonda Three Litre


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