PRIZE CROSS­WORD

WIN THREE GREAT PRIZES WORTH £68.97

Classic Car Weekly (UK) - - Your Letters -

WHAT THE WIN­NER GETS The first cor­rect cross­word en­try drawn will win a Ring main­te­nance charger worth £22.99, to en­sure your clas­sic will al­ways start, a Ring emer­gency kit con­tain­ing hi-vis jacket, warn­ing tri­an­gle and LED torch (worth £35.99), and a Ring head­lamp and torch set – ideal for work­ing un­der your car – worth £9.99. Send your com­pleted cross­word with your name and con­tact de­tails to Clas­sic Car Weekly Cross­word Comp (17 Feb 2016), Bauer Me­dia, Lynch Wood, Peter­bor­ough PE2 6EA. The clos­ing date is Mon­day, 22 Fe­bru­ary, 2016.

ACROSS

1 Pop­u­lar car from the Riva peo­ple (4,6) 7 Girly Skoda name (7) 8 Bub­bles on the bodywork a sign of what’s be­neath? (4)

9 __Ger­many, where Wart­burgs and Tra­bants came from (4)

10 Bris­tol model re­leased in the early 1990s (8)

13 TVR model launched in 1967 (6)

14 This Ford was the ba­sis for the Mus­tang (6)

17 In iconic GT-R guise, th­ese R32 Nis­sans went on sale in 1989 (8)

19 Wolver­hamp­ton car maker up to 1932 (4)

21 Body__ , a mov­ing ex­pe­ri­ence in cor­ners (4)

22 Cars Lam­borgh­ini made in the 1970s (7)

23 Name be­hind the post-war LD10 (10)

DOWN 1 Es­prits, Elites, etc (7) 2 The ve­hi­cle li­cens­ing peo­ple, for short (4) 3 Outer car bod­ies (6) 4 ‘Spe­cial’ Bri­tish mar­que from the 1920s and 1930s (8)

5 It was Bri­tish Ley­land’s Span­ish sub­sidiary (5)

6 Simca mod­els from the 1950s and 1960s (8)

11 This Mazda was known as the 626 out­side of Bri­tain (8)

12 Well-known Amer­i­can mar­que which has used name­plates like Coupe de Ville and Biar­ritz (8)

15 A ve­hi­cle such as the orig­i­nal Fiat 500 (4,3)

16 A more sump­tu­ous trim op­tion (2,4)

18 Zas­tava model ex­ported as the Yugo (5)

20 Subaru pick-up – of­fi­fi­fi­cially the Bi-drive Recre­ational All­ter­rain Trans­porter (4)

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