Road & Track - 1970 Magazines

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December Road Tests - Dodge Colt (A new Japanese import you'll see at your Dodge dealer); Plymouth Cricket (Is this the British-built answer to Pinto & Vega?); Datsun 510 Automatic (You gain convenience but you lose performance); Toyota Corolla (Longer, wider and more attractive; but no quicker); Ford Pinto (Detroit's best answer so far in an economy sedan); Porsche 914/8 (Not only is it being built, it's being sold); Mazda Rotary (The first Wankel-engine car to be sold in this country) Features - Jochen Rindt (An obituary); Clean Air Race Car (1970's most significant automotive happening); Tom Meade's Custom Ferrari (Not practical but wild, man, wild); Atlantic Can-Am (The day that nobody (almost) won a Can-Am); Donnybrooke Can-Am (The McLaren Team bounces and trounces again); Ontario's California 500 (H. Manney tells us about the Great Day); Ontario Sports Car Race (The racing was fine but nobody knew it); VW For '71 (Henry Manney introduces you to the latest Volkswagens); Italian Grand Prix (A great big win for the home team at Monza); Canadian Grand Prix (Jacky Ickx comes to St. Jovite and conquers all); Index To The Contents Of Road & Track for 1970 Departments - People & Places; Letters; Years Ago; Championships; Time & Place; Miscellaneous Ramblings; Eoin's Column; About The Sport; Ampersand; Manney At Large; Market Place; Technical Correspondence; Index To Advertisers; PS