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 (26 July 2017), Bauer Me­dia, Lynch Wood, Peter­bor­ough, PE2 6EA. The clos­ing date for en­tries is Wedes­day 2 Au­gust 2017.

ACROSS

1 How many valves did the Lo­tus Carl­ton’s en­gine boast? (6-4) 7 Clas­sic Pon­tiac made pop­u­lar by the ‘Smokey and the Ban­dit’ films (5,2) 8 1950s Bentley - ba­sis for the Con­ti­nen­tal (1-4) 9 _ cooled, like the Volk­swa­gen Bee­tle’s en­gine (3) 10 A Shake­speare-in­spired Toy­ota model? (8) 13 _ Dit­ton, it was home to AC Cars (6) 14 The 1960s GK1 was the re­sult of a col­lab­o­ra­tion be­tween John Gor­don and Jim who? (6) 17 High-per­for­mance ver­sion of the Saab 9000 (8) 19 Lord Nuffield fa­mously called the Mor­ris Mi­nor a poached what? (3) 21 _ Cruiser, Heinkel bub­ble car which was later built by Tro­jan (5) 22 The name be­hind the Dou­ble Six, Re­gency and Con­quest (7) 23 Tri­umph saloons made from 1949 un­til 1953 (10)

DOWN

1 The Tom who de­signed De To­maso’s Deauville (7) 2 _ Ger­many, where the Tra­bant hailed from (4) 3 Nineties Fiat model (6) 4 Rugged Im­preza-based Subaru es­tate re­leased in 1997 (8) 5 Speedy 1980s Škoda? (5) 6 A name used by both Austin and Bu­gatti (8) 11 100,000 of these Hill­mans had al­ready been made by 1971 (8) 12 In­ter­cep­tor sib­ling equipped with four-wheel drive (6,2) 15 Clas­sic Volk­swa­gens also known as Bugs (7) 16 This pre­sent-day Ford went on sale in 1993 (6) 18 Does it de­liver a wake-up call to car thieves? (5) 20 _ litre, largest en­gine size of­fered on the 1990s AC Ace (4)

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