Issue 10 (March 2007)

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March 2007, Issue 10

–       THE LITTLE WONDER: The DKW Junior was certainly that, as it packed a punch greater than its 741cc motor would suggest. The example we look at here is a Cork-built example, and lives only metres from where it was assembled in 1962.

–       AUSTIN FIRE ENGINE: This 1962 Austin FG was one of eight built by Dooley Bros. of Dublin for Cork County Council, and worked in a variety of Cork towns before being restored in Co. Cavan in recent times.

–       THE MUNKTELL TRACTOR: Now part of the Volvo empire, BM (Bolinder Munktell) once made very fine tractors, such as this two-cylinder, two-stroke example.

–       CROSSCUT SAW: This mighty machine, a Kerr reciprocating saw, was built in 1880 and has recently been taken on as a restoration project by the Traction Engine Club of Ulster.

–       BARTLE BROWNE COLLECTION: With Fords, Nuffields and Fergusons among its line-up, this Meath-based collection is one of the more diverse we have featured to date and includes a rare MF TO35.

–       FRENCH/ITALIAN SWAN SONG: John Byrne takes a look at the Peugeot 504 Coupe, a marriage of French engineering and Italian styling.

–       FORD THAMES 400E: Bill Montgomery tells us about his stunning classic Ford pickup.

–       SHOW REPORTS: Event reports from The Great Honda 50 Run, Dorset Steam Fair Pt. 2, Connacht V&V Car Club Autumn Run and Cortina Club of Ireland Autumn Run.

–       PLUS: All your monthly favourites like Ten Best, Laid to Rust, News & Events, Diary Dates, Your Letters, Pastimes, classifieds and lots, lots more!