New Zealand Classic Car - - AUTOMOBILIA - 12. 13. 20. 21.

charmer (8) 4. Model name shared by Citroën and Chrysler Valiant (6) 5. Ger­man au­tomaker, ac­tive from 1908, then taken over by the Borg­ward com­bine in 1929, with the mar­que name still used through to 1939 (5) 6. Maserati’s suc­cess­ful mini supercar built from 1972 to 1983; styling by Gi­u­giaro at Italde­sign, with some Citroën en­gi­neer­ing (5) 7. Alfa Romeo’s re­spected en­gine de­signer, re­spon­si­ble for many of the 1950s–’60s twin-cam en­gines that pow­ered the com­pany’s clas­sics of the pe­riod (5) Ab­bre­vi­a­tion for en­gines with an over­head --- lo­cated 10 across (3) Widely used as an ab­bre­vi­a­tion for ex­tended-wheel­base ver­sions of cars or trucks (3) 14. The process that ini­ti­ates com­bus­tion of the com­pressed fuel/air mix­ture in an in­ter­nal-com­bus­tion en­gine (8) 15. See 9 across (8) 19. Long-used model name for Mor­ris mid-range sa­loons, first used in 1913 and last used in 1971 (6) The D-po­si­tion on the selec­tor for an au­to­matic trans­mis­sion (5) Citroën’s up­mar­ket ver­sion of the 2CV, with some Pan­hard de­sign in­put: it sold more than 1.4 mil­lion from 1967 to 1983 (5) 22. Well-re­mem­bered name for an OHV con­ver­sion for Ford’s clas­sic flat­head V8 — it not only gave more power but also helped keep the en­gine cooler! (5)

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