November 2014 Issue

By Posted in - General News on October 27th, 2014 0 Comments The Automobile Nov 2014

The November 2014 issue of The Automobile is out now.

This month, Matthew Bell pits two light car rivals against each other in a series of tests in an attempt to discover which comes out on top. Can the debate over which is best – the Austin Seven or side valve Morris Minor – ever be solved?


David Venables and Steve Welsh report from the Goodwood Revival, bringing you the highlights from the Sussex circuit’s period racing weekend, both on and off the track.


John Warburton looks at the history of the early Jowett light cars, and drives a rare survivor, now owned by a descendant of the Jowett family.


We bring you a pictorial report from our fifth annual Oily Rag run, our exclusive event for unrestored cars, which this year was hosted by Bicester Heritage and Nuffield Place and attracted an eclectic collection of gloriously scruffy motor cars.


For the very first time in print, Luis Cascante Gomis tells the little-known story of the Antrás, a pioneering car from Barcelona, illustrated by rare period photographs and factory literature.


In our latest Back on the Road story, Michael Ware visits a 1956 Triumph TR3 which was bought, sold, bought again and finally fully restored by a dedicated owner over a period of more than 30 years.


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