January 2019 Issue

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In the January 2019 issue of The Automobile

The glassfibre 541 was Jensen’s first foray into the genuine high-speed touring market. In Moulded marvel, Scott Barrett explains how the West Bromwich firm arrived at such a dramatic product and gets behind the wheel of a 1957 Deluxe model

The 250bhp Hispano-Suiza J12 was one of the most powerful cars of the 1930s. Mick Walsh examines a Saoutchik-bodied roadster with a fascinating history in High-speed Hisso

Ford’s 1949 ‘Shoebox’ influenced car styling for a generation, as Delwyn Mallett relates in his article, Thinking outside the box

In tale after tale of automotive engineering feats from the 1930s through to the 1960s, the distinctive name ‘Sampietro’ pops up. Who was this versatile and creative spirit? In ‘Sammy’ Sampietro: the thinking man’s engineer, Karl Ludvigsen aims to discover the man and his works

In Two roads to Brighton, David Burgess-Wise reports on another eventful London to Brighton Veteran Car Run

In the third part of his series, Michael Worthington-Williams describes the The also-rans: Butterosi, Lexington, TAM and Aerocar

For this month’s Back on the Road, Michael Ware visits a 1933 Hillman Aero Minx

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