Classic Car Weekly (UK) - - THIS WEEK -

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 worth £9.99 – ideal for work­ing un­der your car. Send your com­pleted cross­word with your name and ad­dress to Clas­sic Car Weekly Cross­word Comp (18 Jan­uary 2017), Bauer Me­dia, Lynch Wood, Peter­bor­ough, PE2 6EA. The clos­ing date is Mon­day 23 Jan­uary.


1 The Suzuki SC100’s young, dy­namic nick­name (8) 8 Ro­ma­nian-built Citroën hatch­back from the 1980s (4) 9 _ plug­ger, any com­pe­tent off-roader such as the Land Rover (3) 10 Get a stran­gle­hold on the en­gine valve? (8) 11 See 22 across 12 Ini­tials on the DeLorean’s nose (3) 13 An acro­nym for cars such as the Nis­san Prairie and Re­nault Es­pace (4) 14 Wran­gler or Chero­kee (4) 15 Hol­bay-tuned ver­sion of the Hill­man Hunter (3) 17 Kadetts, Mon­zas, etc (5) 18 The 1964 Su­per Sport was a Za­gato de­riv­a­tive of which Lan­cia? (8) 20 _ tone, like the Lo­tus Elan Sprint’s paint­work (3) 21 Hum­ber sa­loon re­leased in 1945, based on the pre-war Hill­man 14 (4) 22 & 11 across The off­shoot of the Bora built be­tween 1972 and 1983 (8,5)


2 Par­ti­tioned Bri­tish limou­sine dis­con­tin­ued in 1954 along with its Im­pe­rial sib­ling (6,7)

3 Big 2994cc V6 Fords built be­tween 1966 and 1972 in their fourth and fi­nal gen­er­a­tion (7)

4 The Ford en­gine used in the TVR Vixen (4)

5 His­toric French clas­sic cars that once shared their brand­ing with Tal­bot (8)

6 An Opel coupé that took on the Ford Capri (5)

7 A speedy sa­loon of the 1940s that was the sta­ble­mate of the West­land Road­ster (6,7)

12 Fa­mous Ford fac­tory in the south­east of Eng­land (8) 14 Jowett con­vert­ible (7) 16 A hazy puff from the ex­haust that could sig­nify loom­ing en­gine prob­lems (5)

19 Clas­sic AC mod­els ac­cord­ing to the ex­perts (4)

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