November 2016 Issue

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In the November 2016 issue of The Automobile

Albrecht Goertz’s gorgeous 503 could not have come at a worse time for BMW, as Douglas Blain explains in Drama Queen


In 1966 and All That, Steve Welsh reports from the unrivalled Goodwood Revival historic race meeting, which this year marked 50 years since Australian driver Jack Brabham won the Formula One World Championship in a car of his construction


Kit Foster tells the story of the American Underslung, the first American sports car, and examines one of the prized survivors of this pioneering but short-lived marque in Swing low, sweet chariot


In his article, Cross-Channel concours, Jörg Sierks chooses his favourites from two prestigious concours events, held on the same weekend on opposite sides of the English Channel


With the help of rarely seen archive photographs, D’Arcy Lever looks back at the highly effective trials specials built by Sydney Allard before World War Two. Those Prewar Allards, of course, paved the way for the successful line of postwar Allard sports cars


In this month’s Back on the Road, Michael Ware learns how boatbuilder Steve Mills made a period-looking skiff body for his 1926 Packard 426


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