August 2016 Issue

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In the August 2016 issue of The Automobile

Stefan Marjoram describes his journey to Glorious Goodwood and shares highlights from this year’s Festival of Speed


In this months Auto-biography, Matthew Bell visits Barrie Price the man who has owned the Lea-Francis marque since 1962 and learns about his long career in the motor industry


The barn find Bentley sold at auction last summer has found a happy home, as Douglas Blain discovers in Back from the dead


In Blood, sweat and gears, Churchill scholar and automotive writer Richard Langworth traces the motoring career of Winston Churchill, which spanned seven decades and encompassed exotica such as Mors, Napier and Rolls-Royce as well as more prosaic offerings from Humber, Austin and Wolseley


Petermax Müller was the first individual to build VW-powered racers after WW2. Delwyn Mallett describes his career and gets behind the wheel of a surviving car in Petermax Müller and his Volkswagen specials


We report from the first French cyclecar meeting, Lantilly


In Back on the Road Michael Ware describes the recent restoration of an American-influenced 1930 Wolseley 21/60 Messenger


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