At Goodwood yesterday a team of works mechanics set out to assemble the Marcos 1800 G.T. saloon in seven hours. An on-the-spot enquiry into assembly kits and how build-it-yourself cars behave on the track.
Written by Adam Clapham.
Scattered around the world, on lonely islands and beneath the sea, there awaits discovery buried loot, sunken treasure, and hidden hoards worth millions of pounds. Tonight Time Out meets some of the men and women who are setting out to satisfy the most compulsive of all ambitions-the quest treasure trove.
A Time Out Special
by William Trevor.
adapted by Clive Exton
with Roland Culver, Jane Eccles
and George Howe
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