NEW ZEALAND CLAS­SIC CAR AU­TO­MO­BILIA Col­lectible Mod­els / Life­style / Book and DVD Re­views – edited by James Black

New Zealand Classic Car - - Automobilia -

Clues across: 1. Main cast­ing of an en­gine as­sem­bly, hous­ing crank­shaft sup­ports, pis­ton bores, and as­so­ci­ated com­po­nen­try (5) 8. Uk-built retro-style sport­ing car from Pan­ther (and briefly Ssangyong), built from 1982 to 1992 (8) 9. For many years, Audi’s model name for its es­tate car mod­els (5) 10. US mar­ket name for Rover’s 825/827 ver­sions (built from 1987 to ’91) of the Honda Leg­end (8) 11. Lan­cia small car with V4 en­gine, built in four se­ries from 1939 to 1953 (5) 12. Citroën’s quirky ri­val to the Re­nault R4, some­times un­of­fi­cially dubbed the ‘3CV’, with over 1.8 mil­lion built in sev­eral ver­sions from 1961 to 1978 (3) 16. Lan­cia’s sa­loon car ver­sion (built 1982 to 1989) of the Delta hatch­back (6) 17. Saab’s neat lit­tle coupé (1966–’74) us­ing parts from the 95 and 96 two-stroke or V4 mod­els (6) 18. US au­to­mo­tive mar­que, ac­tive from 1905 to 1975, build­ing cars and trucks through to 1936, but trucks only af­ter that (3) 23. US coach­builder, body sup­plier to Lin­coln (mainly) and other high-end US man­u­fac­tur­ers be­fore World War II (5) 24. Metal stop­per placed in the side of 1 across, de­signed to pop out in times of ex­ces­sive in­ter­nal pres­sure or freez­ing stress (4,4) 25. Al­ter­na­tive power source for mo­tor ve­hi­cles tried by many man­u­fac­tur­ers with some suc­cess (White, Lo­co­mo­bile, Stan­ley, Doble, etc.) but never with com­plete suc­cess (5) 26. French tyre and rubber man­u­fac­turer, one of the top-three com­pa­nies in the world in its field and ac­tive since 1889 (8) 27. Mo­tor rac­ing’s first post­hu­mous For­mula 1 world cham­pion in 1971 (5).

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