Plenty of classics

What’s the value in spending space on Hans Edwards’ whining that Alyn Edwards doesn’t feature classic cars?

What’s the value in spending space on Hans Edwards’ whining that Alyn Edwards doesn’t feature classic cars?

I remember a wide variety of cars in the weekly motoring feature, including many ‘50-’60s cars such as in your Sept. 27, 2013 issue, a his-hers pair of 1920s-’30s based hot rods, a unique truck, and 1928 Model A being entered in the Peking-to-Paris race.

It seems that Edwards is only looking at issues over a period of several weeks and expects his favourites to be selected from the many classic and antique cars available to write about.

In any case it seems like a complaint to the editor, not a subject worthy of publicizing.

Keith Sketchley

Saanich

 

 

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