The 200 Mile Deemster was entered in the annual race meeting around the streets of the ancient French town of Angoulême . Practice went without a hitch – the race was more exciting!
As Hamish Ogston drove onto the promenade at Aberystwith to park according to the marshal’s instructions, there was an ominous rattle coming from the engine. Perhaps the morning’s route through Welsh mountains was a littleContinue reading
The Deemster Motor Car was originally offered for sale in 1914 by Jarrot Ltd, the principles being Mr. Charles Jarrot, Mr. J.N.Ogston A.M.I.C.E , Mr. H.C.M. Stevens and Mr. H.C.Scofield. Their advert in Autocar FebruaryContinue reading
In 1924 Archie Frazer Nash bought 6 Deemster rolling chassis and fitted Frazer Nash bodies and Anzani engines. None of these cars are known to survive, but Hamish Ogston discovered a ‘barn find’ Deemster rollingContinue reading