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Peter W. Card: Obituary – Michael J. (Mike) Worthington-Williams (1938–2021) – a personal view

Oliver Bradbury: Colour and trim design for automobiles, 1960–95, and that of recognising an uncharted genre in design history

David Cooper (with Dawn Spears): A forensic approach to restoration

Anders Ditlev Clausager: The German car invasion of 1937

Rainer Simons (Translation by W.M. Barton): Fritz Fiedler: The path of a car designer from Stettin to Munich

Craig Horner: ‘Much of the horror of motoring is centred on the chauffeur’ – the rise and fall of the chauffeur, 1896–1914.

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