PRIZE CROSS­WORD

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 CCW Cross­word Comp (25 Jan­uary 2017), Bauer Me­dia, Lynch Wood, Peter­bor­ough, PE2 6EA. The clos­ing date for en­tries is Mon­day, 30 Jan­uary 2017.

ACROSS

1 Tech­no­log­i­cally-ad­vanced Citroën tour­ers from the early to the mid1970s (3) 3 Most Lagonda Rapi­des came with such a gear­box (9) 7 Dauphine-based coupé and cabrio un­veiled by Re­nault in 1958 (7) 8 A kit car with Mini-Mar­cos roots (5) 9 _ Sa­fari, In­dian SUV launched in 1998 (4) 10 What was the Citroën DS nick­named? (7) 14 The Toy­ota Hilux, for ex­am­ple (4-2) 15 Fiat Marea pre­de­ces­sor (6) 17 Isuzu-badged rel­a­tive of the Vauxhall Mon­terey (7) 18 De­signer of the AC 428 (4) 20 A 1979 Volk­swa­gen sa­loon still in the present-day range (5) 21 This Maserati took its name from a South African race cir­cuit (7) 22 Com­pag­nos, Spor­traks, etc (9) 23 Mak­ers of the Taimar (3)

DOWN

1 Con­vert­ible hoods (4-4) 2 The Porsche 911 is a clas­sic ex­am­ple of one (6,3) 3 _ Mo­tors. A for­mer Kia sub­sidiary that spans an en­tire con­ti­nent? (4) 4 Mr Fiore, an English de­signer who worked at Car­rozze­ria Fis­sore, pre­vi­ously (6) 5 Pop­u­lar Bri­tish sports car from the 1960s and 1970s (2,6) 6 These mod­els marked the end of Mor­ris car pro­duc­tion (5) 11 Name­plate at­tached to the Fer­rari 500 (9) 12 A late 1980s re­lease from Zas­tava (4,4) 13 Pop­u­lar Vauxhall suc­ceeded by the Vec­tra (8) 16 East Ger­man sports car maker of yes­ter­year (6) 17 Lan­cia’s Fer­rari-en­gined 8.32 sa­loon (5) 19 Ve­hi­cles such as the Ford Thames and Tran­sit (4)

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