The Observer magazine - Motoring cover (22 October 1967)
The Observer magazine - Motoring cover (22 October 1967) Good condition for age - yellowing to some pages due to age - staples are rusty - there is a hole-tear through the front cover (see photo)
SVETLANA'S FIRST LOVE
Continuing her 'Twenty Letters', Svetlana recalls the hopelessness of her love affair in 1942
Five and a half pages
GREAT CARS OF ALL TIME - Nine cars that between them tell the story of the development of motoring
WHAT WILL MOTORING BE LIKE 25 YEARS FROM NOW?
AN INTELLIGENT WOMAN'S GUIDE TO TOWN DRIVING
... or why I won't give up my car (by Mary Holland)
HOW TO REALLY TEST A CAR
... and what happened when Gordon Wilkins put a £7,000 Rolls-Royce through its paces
THE OBSERVER GOLD CUP
The Observer Gold Cup (to be run at Doncaster on Saturday) is one of the last big races of the flat season. Here, Richard Baerlein (our racing correspondent) introduces the race and Jack Leach (the former jockey and trainer) tells novice racegoers what to look for
OUR SHOP IS CURRENTLY CLOSED FOR MAINTENANCE. WE WILL BE OPEN AGAIN SOON
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