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 #31997  by crazyhorses
 Sun Dec 16, 2012 10:26 am
Latest issue of ACAG Update is now available. 32 pages covering work on the car from October through to now plus the importance of getting our American supporters involved. Lots more pics and news. Free On-line version on http://drceurope.co.uk/acag/dec2012 or via the Latest News tab on http://www.allardchrysler.org. Enjoy and send on-line links to your friends.
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 #32997  by crazyhorses
 Thu Mar 14, 2013 8:40 am
OK; Here it is. The link to 46 pages of the latest issue (March 2013) of our on-line magazine ACAG Update. It covers reports on the work carried out on restoring Europe's first dragster since the beginning of the year, the story of how Booth-Arons recreated our 354 Chrysler Hemi and lots more news about the UK nostalgia scene. Enjoy the ride.

http://drceurope.co.uk/acag/mar2013
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 #33463  by crazyhorses
 Thu Jun 06, 2013 2:26 pm
Here we go then. The latest issue of our on-line magazine June 2013 ACAG Update. It includes reports on the work carried out since March this year along with appearance dates and other information about the project. The completed restoration project will be handed back to the National Motor Museum, Beaulieu at a ceremony on June 16th with the ACAG continuing its responsiblity for manning appearances during the year and developing the dragster so that it can parade as well as cackle.

http://www.drceurope.co.uk/acag/jun2013
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 #33824  by crazyhorses
 Mon Jul 29, 2013 10:29 am
http://www.drceurope.co.uk/acag/aug2013

This is the link to the latest issue of ACAG Update – August 2013. 40 pages covering our appearances at Northbrook College, Shoreham-on-sea; National Motor Museum, Beaulieu; Nostalgia Nationals, Shakespeare County Raceway and Dragstalgia at Santa Pod Raceway. Lots of links to videos and news about sponsors, future plans and ways you can help forward the project. Great photos and pretty ladies. Enjoy and share with your friends.
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 #34906  by crazyhorses
 Thu Nov 21, 2013 8:40 am
The link below takes you to the December 2013 issue of our on-line magazine ACAG Update, carrying news about the project including the dragster’s appearance at the recent International Historic Motoring Awards event in London.

http://www.drceurope.co.uk/acag/dec2013

There is also lots of information about recent British Drag Racing Hall of Fame activities plus other nostalgia topics. With the Festive Season coming on fast all the ACAG merchandise is listed and priced. Profits go towards completing the restoration and now helping with operational costs as well. Work on the clutch and others items starts between Christmas and the New Year.

Thanks for all your support over the years. It has been a challenging but rewarding project. But with your help, and the tireless work of the regular team members, the future of Europe’s first dragster is now secure. People can see and hear the car that opened up the door for the development of drag racing right across Europe. Something to be proud of I think.
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 #36188  by crazyhorses
 Tue Mar 04, 2014 11:32 am
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OK. Here it is. The Spring 2014 issue of ACAG Update giving you all the news about recent work on the dragster and exciting 'Nostalgia' events throughout the year that marks 50 years since Sydney Allard's first British International Drag Festivals in 1964. It is 36 pages so enjoy and tell your friends.

http://drceurope.co.uk/acag/mar2014
 #37089  by crazyhorses
 Fri Sep 12, 2014 10:31 am
This link takes you to the latest issue of the Allard Chrysler Action Group on-line magazine – ACAG Update Autumn 2014.

http://drceurope.co.uk/acag/aug2014/

The 40 pages cover the sad tale of the engine damage and the plans for the future plus a review of British Drag Racing Hall of Fame news and the Celebration Gala Dinner with VIP guests Don Garlits and his family. Thanks to Nigel Holland for the on-line version. Hope you enjoy the read.
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 #37944  by ukdrn
 Tue Mar 31, 2015 10:23 am
It’s been a 6-month’s gap but the Allard Chrysler Action Group has just published the Spring 2015 Issue of its online magazine ACAG Update.
The 44 pages cover the latest news about the Allard Chrysler dragster restoration and associated events, along with a big résumé of British Drag Racing Hall of Fame activities. There’s lots of exciting news under both headings. This link takes you to the turn-page magazine with the on-line version published by Nigel Holland of http://www.mantisweb.co.uk.

http://www.drceurope.co.uk/acag/mar2015

On the Allard Chrysler side of things, once we receive the replacement pistons things can move on a pace. With the BDRHoF story there are so many exciting announcements stacked up ready to blow your minds away when you read about them it will feel quite surreal. Be patient and all will be revealed.
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 #38318  by crazyhorses
 Fri Dec 04, 2015 3:57 pm
I haven’t published many issues of our on-line magazine ACAG Update (Allard Chrysler Action Group Update) during 2015 because the engine was being re-built and we had problems with getting the right parts. Hence, progress on getting Europe’s first dragster (owned by the National Motor Museum Beaulieu) back into being ‘cackle ready’ has been slow and there has not been much to report. However things are now speeding up again so this issue covers progress during the year. Now that Simon Groves is editing the British Drag Racing Hall of Fame (BDRHoF) publication HOFtalk I have refocused ACAG Update on the dragster although there will be links to BDRHoF website and HOFtalk when published. This link takes you to the December 2015 issue of ACAG Update.

http://drceurope.co.uk/acag/dec2015

Spring 2016 should see us up and cackling again and with a fair wind, for the first time since 1964 we should see the Allard Chrysler parading under its own power.

Brian Taylor – Chairman
Allard Chrysler Action Group
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