The Sunday Times magazine - 30 May 1971 Good condition for age - yellowing to page edges due to age - some light wear
AUTOTEST - The Magazine's summer motoring guide
DRIVING INTO THE ROUGH- The cars that flourish when they've run out of road
THE SWEDISH LESSON - Sweden's rigorous motor test, and the facts it has revealed about Europe's cars
THE RED PERIL - Rust, how it eats our cars, and how the problem could be reduced
THE CHEMISTRY OF PREMATURE EXHAUSTION - Motorists are used to regarding exhaust systems, like tyres, as throw-away items to be replaced when they wear out. But is this wastage unavoidable?
One and a half pages
THE 30,000 MILE SHOCKERS - Why your shock absorbers are not made to last
PRIDE AFTER THE FALL - How the Rolls-Royce car division has survived the big crisis
Three and a half pages
THE SERIOUS BUSINESS OF BEING AN AMATEUR - Club motor racing has none of the glamour and big sponsorship of the Gran Prix circuit, yet thousands of ordinary men are driven to put themselves and their savings at risk in amateur events almost every weekend. Why do they do it? Judith Jackson has been talking to John Masters, a freelance farm labourer who keeps his U2 Clubman racing car in a woodshed
BREAD AND PAIN FOR THE PRINCE'S LUCK - Why 40,000 Moroccan boys were circumcised on the same day
OPUS DEI - An account of the work of the Spain-based Roman Catholic association by one of its members, Ronald King
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