CCW Cross­word

Classic Car Weekly (UK) - - This Week -

WHAT THE WIN­NER GETS: The first cor­rect cross­word en­try drawn will win a Ring emer­gency kit con­tain­ing hi-vis jacket, warn­ing tri­an­gle and LED torch (worth £35.99), Ring So­lar Pow­ered Charger, Ring Onelamp and Ring Booster Cable. This great se­lec­tion of items is ideal for when you are work­ing on your car. Send your com­pleted cross­word with your name and ad­dress to CCW Cross­word Comp (14 June 2017), Bauer Me­dia, Lynch Wood, Peter­bor­ough, PE2 6EA. The clos­ing date for en­tries is Wed­nes­day 21 June, 2017.


1 Short-lived hatch­back that re­placed the Austin Princess (10)

8 The Singer Chamois was a badge-engi­neered de­riv­a­tive of which diminu­tive Hill­man? (3)

9 _ com­puter, source of in­for­ma­tion on fuel con­sump­tion, av­er­age speed, etc (4)

10 Pro­duc­tion of this South African-built VW ended in 2009 af­ter a quar­ter of a cen­tury (4,4)

11 The Wil­liam who de­signed the As­ton Martin DBS (5) 12 Fuel reser­voir (4) 13 Coach­builder Baur is noted for its cabri­o­let con­ver­sions of th­ese cars (4)

14 The fa­mous BMW 328 race car adopted the name of this noted Ger­man aero­dy­nam­i­cist (4)

15 Cars that Citroën launched in 1961 best re­mem­bered for their in­ward-slant­ing rear win­dows (4) 17 The Ford Es­cort’s sa­loon cousin (5) 18 Mak­ers of the Van­guard (8) 20 Chrysler sa­loon that came to Bri­tain in 1996 (4) 21 Fifties sa­loon from Ri­ley (3) 22 A pos­si­bly ‘Vogue’ lux­ury off-roader (5,5)


2 Sports car re­leased in the early 1990s – fol­low-up to the Man­tula (6,7)

3 The Sun­beam Tiger was based on th­ese cars (7)

4 How a car’s trim lev­els and fea­tures are re­ferred to, for short (4)

5 How Fer­rari 365 GTB/4s were pop­u­larly known (8)

6 Audi’s em­blem com­prises four of them (5)

7 Euro­pean cousin of the Vaux­hall Viceroy (4,9) 12 He de­signed the Bond Bug (3,5) 14 A SsangYong 4x4 that came to our shores in 1997 (7)

16 Name­plate found on Fer­rari’s 166, 195 and 212 (5) 19 _ GTR4, rare Tri­umph coupé con­ver­sion by Har­ring­ton (4)


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