November 2015 Issue

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In the November 2015 issue of The Automobile

In this month’s cover story, Back on Track: Leyland-Thomas No 1, David Burgess-Wise tells the story of Parry Thomas’s first Leyland Eight racer, destroyed in a war-time air raid, and the recent re-creation built around a collection of original parts


Steve Welsh reports from this year’s Goodwood Revival, the world’s biggest historic motor racing event, with highlights including an all-Ferrari Lavant Cup and a tribute to Bruce McLaren


Inspired by a 1956 Motor Sport article, Justin Marozzi takes his Bristol 405 on a 1000-mile round trip to the Lake District in his article Filton Fashion


We bring together another group of unrestored cars and lead them on a scenic tour round Rutland, Britain’s smallest county, for The Oily Rag Run

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In Woodrow: Stockport’s sporting cyclecar, John Warburton samples the sole surviving example of this unusual light car built by a hat manufacturer in the north of England


Jörg Sierks visits two world-class concours for An Elegant Weekend, held on opposite sides of the English Channel


Edwardians to Ostend – Stefan Marjoram took his sketchbook and camera on an exciting Continental road trip and shares his experiences


In this month’s Back on the Road, Michael Ware visits a 1921 Morris Oxford Sports


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