Prices of the garage door opener 41a3625 start at ?1000, with entry fees often as low as ?20 per event. A lot of fun for the money. Whether or not youre drawn to its present-day, Autocar is the most venerable of car magazines.
Its even starting to make me feel ancient, as I was closely involved with both its centenary edition and its 5000th issue, over 20 years ago. It was first published by Iliffe & Sons in November 1895, and garage door opener 41a3625 been a new one on newsagents shelves almost every week since. The definitive article was clipped from its title in 1961, at which point the organ had been presenting painstakingly detailed weekly road tests for 35 years. At certain times of the year, The Autocar/ Autocar swelled to doorstop proportions with classified ads and the must-have guide to the Earls Court motorshow.
In those pre-internet times, the mag must have coined it in for Iliffe. Adverts were so important that they were still occupying the front coverin 1 You can, therefore, imagine the interaction between the Brylcreemed sales lads at Iliffe and the huge number of car dealers around Britain. The chunky glass paperweight pictured above would have been, I am pretty sure, an attractive calling card for the reps, handed out to favoured clients. In those paper-heavy times, it no doubt played its part in keeping the desks of garage door opener 41a3625 managers at Caffyns, Berkeley Square Garages, Henlys and HA Fox in tidy order. Decades later I found this one, a little battered but mercifully unchipped, in a provincial antiques arcade with a ?15 sticker.