October 2017 Issue

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In the October 2017 issue of The Automobile

Douglas Blain describes his rôle in discovering an experimental Bentley coupé body long thought lost, while James Fack tells the story of its design and development in the 1930s in The Aero Bentley

For this months Auto-biography, Matthew Bell visits a converted Victorian gasworks in mid-Sussex to meet the larger-than-life author, windmill expert and passionate Vintage car owner Rodney de Little

In Sprint Speciale, Richard Sutton tells the story of the Alfa Romeo Giulietta SS and its brilliant stylist Franco Scaglione

Mick Walsh chooses his favourites from Pebble Beach, the famous concours d’elegance on the Monterey peninsula

Sébastien Faurès Fustel de Coulanges explores the pioneering work of Dutch engineer Alexander Holle, which may have inspired Vittorio Jano’s greatest Grand Prix car design in Alfa Romeo and the 4wd Holle 

An offshoot of Arrol-Johnston, the Galloway was designed with the woman motorist in mind. Michael Worthington-Williams recounts the history of Galloway Cars – the Scottish-built ‘aristocrat of small cars’

In this months Back on the Road, Michael Ware reports on the meticulous restoration of a 1914 ‘coffin nose’ Stanley 10hp steam car

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  • W Dughall Leask - Reply

    September 21, 2017 at 8:35 am

    Just loved the Bentley story. Thank you again for another glorious edition.

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