The Daily Telegraph magazine - 13 October 1972 Good condition for age - yellowing to page edges
METAMORPHOSIS OF THE MAXI - The familiar lines of the five-door "family package" Maxi get a completely new look in "Aquila", winning design in this year's British Styling Competition, sponsored by this Magazine and the Institute of British Carriage and Automobile Manufacturers. Designed by Christopher Field, 26, of Devon, the car incorporates an "air dam" and colour-coded switchgear. Courtenay Edwards reports 3¾ pages
THE APPLE OF SAM'S EYE - Since Sam Haskins' first incursions into nude photography eleven years ago, he has mastered the genre with a unique wit and freshness: "I see myself at present as a light entertainer and the nude as a throwaway." John Sandilands looks at the man whose photographs look at woman 6¼ pages
CONRAD HILTON - Hilton try hard to go native, but they are undeniably American. Their slogan is world peace; to which end they build bedrooms... Anthony Haden-Guest continues his series on American empire-builders 5 pages
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