Down-under market name for Honda’s N360/N600 minicars, available in New Zealand between 1969 and 1973 (5) 8. German name for an expressway- or motorway-type road, first built in the 1930s when the Nazi regime took over control of Germany from the Weimar administration (8) 9. British coachwork stylist active from the 1960s through to his untimely death in 1993 — 13 down is one of his stand-out designs (5) 10. Austin’s A90 convertible and saloon design for the US market; alas, it sold only 350 units in America and only 7981 altogether in its 1949–’52 production run (8) 11. Model name for several Vauxhall, Opel, and Holden superminis and small / mid-size family cars from 1979 in several generations (5) 12. Abbreviation for the crated cars / car parts shipped to New Zealand for local assembly through to 1998 (1,1,1) 16. UK manufacturer, 1937–’59, noted for considerable sporting success, including a Monte Carlo Rally win, British Hillclimb Championship, and third place in a 24 Hours of Le Mans race (6) 17. Slang word for ‘supercharger’ (6) 18. Noted British motorcycle company; its classic models included the Porcupine and 7R racing bikes (1,1,1) 23. Rotating part in many types of mechanical componentry, including ignition and electrical systems, superchargers, and Wankel or rotary engines (5) 24. US vehicle marque associated with Willys; in 1915, the company was the second largest manufacturer in the US (8) 25. Well-engineered British sports coupé developed from the Mini Marcos; it sold well through the 1980s, until fire closed the factory, but the marque seems now to have foundered after sporadic attempts at production (5) 26. UK glass-fibre-bodied sports coupé built 1967–1973, usually with Cortina GT engine (3,5) 27. Latin word for ‘swift’, used as a model name for Vauxhall’s six-cylinder saloons from 1948 to 1965 (5).