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Motorfilms Quarterly Volume 29: DWPDVD3029

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  • 1932 MG Safety Fast

     


    Enjoy this wonderful period sales promo, shot in fine-quality monochrome and following a young couple as they arrive at MG's now legendary Abingdon-on-Thames works to collect their brand-new purchase. MG luminaries Cecil Kimber and John Thornley both feature briefly in this rare but outstanding gem.

     


    1938-1988 Prescott Speed Hill Climb - Part One

     


    Arch-enthusiast A.F. Rivers Fletcher tells the story from his first-hand experience and knowledge as he re-traces the story of the British Bugatti Owners' Club's illustrious home hill-climb venue at Prescott in Gloucestershire. Immensely rare pre-war colour footage brings to life this remarkable blast from the past. Don't miss the visit by Jean Bugatti and Jean-Pierre Wimille with the works T59 Monoplace, no less...

     


    1960 Le Mans 24-Hours

     


    Another terrific period piece by the Standard-Triumph Film Unit covering the first of the Swinging Sixties' Grands Prix d'Endurance. Colour footage follows the Triumph team of TRS prototypes - forerunners of the production TR4 - as they face the harsh reality of Ferrari, Porsche, Aston Martin, Lotus, Austin-Healey and all the usual suspects.

     


    2013 - Bonhams Ecurie Ecosse

     


    Our MFQ promo specially edited from David Murray's original colour home movies for the super-successful Sale which saw world record prices bid for any Jaguar ever sold at auction, and most emphatically for any commercial vehicle! The Ecurie Ecosse transporter cost its new owner £1.8-million - here's MFQ colour footage of it in period...for rather less...MFQ, you know it makes sense.

     

    Total Running Time 90 Minutes approximately