September 2015 Issue

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In the September 2015 issue of The Automobile

Conserve or restore? Whilst inspecting an extraordinarily original 1929 Bentley 4½ Litre saloon that has come to light after decades in storage, we contemplate the best course of action for its new owner.


Douglas Blain travels to Sydney to meet Bill Buckle and tries an immaculate example of his eponymous 2.5-litre Coupé


Peter McFadyen reports from the successful revival of the historic Château Impney hill climb in the Midlands


David Burgess-Wise looks back at the history of tricycle competition and visits an inspired re-enactment at Dunsfold aerodrome of those pioneering events


Roger Banks investigates the competition history of a Wolseley Hornet Special, as detailed by its first owner, while Scott Barrett tells the story of its discovery and restoration


Andrew Ralston introduces some of the many minor toymakers that flourished briefly in the post-WW2 years to meet the pent-up demand for new toys


John Warburton describes the discovery, rescue and protracted rebuild of a transmission for his Vintage Star


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