September 2017 Issue

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In the September 2017 issue of The Automobile

Built for the widow of Louis Zborowski, this Hispano-Suiza H6B was bodied by Bligh Brothers of Canterbury. In Grand Tourer, David Burgess-Wise tells the story of a magnificent car and its party-loving first owner

Delwyn Mallett enjoys the sights and sounds at Goodwood’s annual Festival of Speed celebration of history’s greatest cars and drivers

Pared-down and powerful, Jaguar’s XK150S Roadster was the spiritual successor to the celebrated XK120. Douglas Blain goes for a run in an immaculate example in The search for animal grace

In 1922, John Newton of Manchester firm Newton & Bennett sent his son to Italy to learn about car design. The result was a remarkable 1100cc racer. In Newton’s twin-cam tearaway, Mick Walsh drives the sole survivor

In Pike’s Picos, Douglas Blain explores Spain’s best driving roads

Gordon Buehrig’s forward-looking body design for the short-lived Cord 810/812 was too good to go to waste. For his article, Body Doubles, Kit Foster seizes a rare opportunity to compare an 812 with its Hupmobile Skylark progeny

Peter McFadyen reports from the third revival of this historic Midlands speed event, Château Impney 

For this month’s Back on the Road, Michael Ware visits a 1934 Morgan F4 special

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