The Daily Telegraph magazine - Motor Car cover (28 July 1972)
1 in stock.
Good condition for age - yellowing to page edges
FANTASY OF BBC GAMESMEN - Tonight sees the opening of the 1972 Jeux Sans Frontieres, and this first heat will be watched by 150 million viewers. Anthony Haden-Guest reports on the antics and tensions behind these other European Games One and three-quarter pages
HOW GOOD A DRIVER YOU ARE? One again we are looking for the best driver in Britain, and a pair ocars awaits the winner of our third British Driving Competition. The contest opens with a series of questions to test motoring knowledge. How skilled are you? 6 page (with competition entry form)
RELICS OF LOST GAIETY - In a house among the hills above Dartmouth an old toymaker carves figures of cheerful design and nostalgic fantasy. Wood is the medium in which Sam Smith expresses himself; the thoughts he expresses are the impressions of childhood, memories of seaside holidays. His allusive social comment is wrapped in three-dimensional wit; his toys are not ordinary playthings. Bel Mooney explains how these idiosyncratic conceits are now becoming collectors' items; how private expressions of personal feelings have become a new art form 3 pages
A MOST SEDULOUS TURTLE-COPER - By 1868 the turtle population of Ascension Island had been severely depleted to supply the Admiralty with turtle soup. Duff Hart-Davis exposes a slightly unsavoury episode in Naval history 2 page