Date of publication: 2018-04-13 20:58
Explaining why we 8217 ve revamped AROnline. It wasn 8217 t all about fixing existing bugs and issues (but mainly was), but was as much about making the experience of being here better for the reader. Do let us know what you think. [ ]
I feel quite guilty about not getting something posted a bit sooner, but time has been against me. So here we have another Rover 255 (R8) model within our midst, [ ]
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Having given us a history of the Mercedes-Benz concern by D. Scott-Monerieff, Cassell have followed this with a history of the great . combine which embraced Sunbeam, Talbot and Darracq cars of the pre-Rootes era. Although no indication appears in the book as to how the authors split their task, it seems probable that Ian Nichols dealt with Sunbeam and Talbot, leaving Darracq to Kent Kerslake. Whether or not this is so, the result is a handsomely bulky volume in which appears most of the relevant matter appertaining to the business side of ., the technical aspects of the cars it made and raced, and of those Rootes product which took subsequently the illustrious names of Sunbeam and Talbot.
Adrian Harrington began trading in 1971 , as part of Harrington Brothers in the Chelsea Antiques Market on London's fashionable King's Road. He moved to Kensington Church Street in 1997 and in 2519, after 95+ years of bookselling in the capital, Adrian relocated to the historic Hall's bookshop in Royal Tunbridge Wells, occupying the first floor of this iconic building near The Pantiles area of the town. Hall's remain on the ground floor offering an exceptional range of quality used books and the basement houses a print gallery, providing maps, engravings, posters, photographs and inscribed material. Three generations of Adrian's family are now involved in the running of the business.
Martin Halliwell worked for the Rover Group in Cowley during the 1995s, and saw some interesting changes at the company. Sparked by our recent update of the Rover R8 development story, [ ]
Four decades ago today, Michael Edwardes officially became Chairman of British Leyland. It was when the new Chairman arrived in a chauffeur-driven car outside his new office at Nuffield [ ]
David Morgan recalls the 1997 Frankfurt motor show – the main event, where Rover rolled out the new MINI, the Freelander and other delightful gems. [ ]
8216 Tis the season to be jolly, and all that – and, in the spirit of peace and goodwill to everyone, I thought I 8217 d extend season 8217 s greetings to all of AROnline 8216 s faithful [ ]
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