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France is wondering why the British Government hangs up the Channel Tunnel construction.

France is wondering why the British Government hangs up the Channel Tunnel construction.

be able to travel through the tunnels under their own power. Carbon monoxide is very poisonous, and one car passing through a 25-mile tunnel under the sea would be obnoxious, but a procession of them would probably kill every human being concerned long before the first car got t
01 October 1922 - Motor Owner - London, London, England
 
OZONE THROUGHOUT.

OZONE THROUGHOUT.

Ventilation is the least of the problems to be met in the tunnel construction. Under London there are over fifty miles of tube and other merican aut,anatic wind screen cleaner operated engine suction that sweeps the entire upper pane free of moisture. tunnels adequately ventilat
01 October 1922 - Motor Owner - London, London, England
 
A REAL VARNISH FOOD.

A REAL VARNISH FOOD.

Varnish being such a delicate subject it is affected by nearly everything to which it is exposed —hot, cold, or damp weather, rain, dust, petrol, paraffin or water, and the greatest care should be taken. There are various ways of cleaning and polishing varnished parts, but very
01 October 1922 - Motor Owner - London, London, England
 
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01 October 1922 - Motor Owner - London, London, England
 
switch at 215., and the " 8.A.C." car lock, designed to prevent car stealing. This lock can be fitted to

switch at 215., and the " 8.A.C." car lock, designed to prevent car stealing. This lock can be fitted to

any make of car, whether having fixed or movable steering columns. All motor-owners will agree that silent springs are essential to comfort in the car, and perfect lubrication—very often neglected—is essential if the springs ale to retain their efficiency. The " Rappa " spring g
01 October 1922 - Motor Owner - London, London, England
 
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A IT is frequently only desirable to dim your lamps a little, and at other times to curtail your light considerably, according to the degree of surrounding illumination. As the range of the LUCAS GRADUAL DIMMER is infinite between full light and mere red glow, it meets the exigen
01 October 1922 - Motor Owner - London, London, England
 
MEDAL AWARDED ST. LOUIS, 1904

MEDAL AWARDED ST. LOUIS, 1904

01 October 1922 - Motor Owner - London, London, England
 
Plugs

Plugs

Consistent successes in the Great International Races of the year have again proved in an unmistakable manner the pronounced superiority of" K.L.G." Sparking . The fact, too, that time and time again they are chosen for competing cars and motor cycles on which manufacturers of a
01 November 1922 - Motor Owner - London, London, England
 
thandi

thandi

12/20 h.p. Two Seater . . . . 12/20 h.p. Four Seater, Italian Body 12/20 h.p. Four Seater, Best English Body-12,20 h.p. Three-quarter Coupe . 12/20 h.p. All-Weather . . . . 12/20 h.p. Four Seater Coupe . . Chassis, spare wheel and tyre, C.A.V. Electric Starter and Lighting Set,
01 November 1922 - Motor Owner - London, London, England
 
MOTOR SHOW OLYMPIA

MOTOR SHOW OLYMPIA

Nov. 3rd to iith OUR STAND IS 453
01 November 1922 - Motor Owner - London, London, England