July 2018 Issue

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In the July 2018 issue of The Automobile

Launched at the 1948 Paris Salon, Citroën’s 2CV was a masterpiece of minimalism. In 70 years of the Tin Snail, Malcolm Bobbitt looks at the prewar origins of the car and its lasting impact on popular motoring

With the help of some rarely-seen images, Mick Walsh looks back on the tragically short career of Frazer Nash ace A F P Fane, a Boy’s Own hero 

The radiator of the Albert car aped that of the Rolls-Royce, but it was a much more modest proposition. John Warburton appraises a rakish G3 Sports Model from 1922 in The great pretender 

On a recent trip to Australia, Douglas Blain drove A Delage to die for – Phillip Schudmak’s Delage D8 SS 100 – and was suitably impressed

In The cars of Justice Lush, David Burgess-Wise, aided by a fascinating family photograph album, delves into the motoring history of the judge best known for sentencing suffragette Emmeline Pankhurst

In the second part of his series on forgotten makes, The also-rans, Michael Worthington-Williams describes the Princess, the HFG, the Silent Staines-Simplex and the New Hudson

For this months Back on the Road, Michael Ware reports on the restoration of Roger Hailey’s 1925 McLaughlin-Buick Standard Six roadster

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