March 2016 Issue

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In the March 2016 issue of The Automobile

Responsible for some of the most beautiful British cars of the immediate pre- and post-war era, Frank Feeley’s work transformed Lagonda and Aston Martin. In a pioneering article, David Burgess-Wise remembers the forgotten man of Feltham.


Designed originally for military use, this offset three-wheeler, The Extraordinary Scott Sociable, was like nothing else on the road. John Warburton inspects a rare survivor of this Vintage light car.


Car maker Facel Vega and writer Albert Camus are linked indelibly in the popular consciousness. In an extract from his new book, Stephen Bayley explains the deadly connection in “What’s the hurry, little friend?”


Built in Barcelona between 1914 and 1928, the Elizalde is little-known outside its homeland. In his article Spanish luxury: Elizalde, Francisco Carrión Cardenas has had an exclusive look at the factory archives.


In Isleworth meets Düsseldorf, Jon Winding-Sørensen unravels the history of the unlikely Frazer Nash-DKW sports-racer.


In the second part of our Sicilian Snapshots series, Simon Moore continues his trawl through a family album, this time sharing some rare images from the Targa Florio.


In this month’s Back on the Road, Michael Ware reports on a 1903 5hp Vauxhall.


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