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Mr Conway describes fully each type of car, records its successes and exploits, and attaches contemporary descriptions, accounts and road tests with detail never before collected together, with an authority gained from several years research in Britain, France and elsewhere. The book includes a study of the man himself as an engineer, designer and inventor.
The authors trace the evolution of the Morgan Three Wheeler from 1909 to the end of production in 1952, giving details of body designs, annual mechanical improvements and full specifications of the various engines fitted. Modifications were an essential feature in the development of the racing Morgans, and the authors also describe the many specialised versions prepared by private owners, and their impact on the competition scene.
Raymond Gentile presents in this book a complete and comprehensive study of the model from its inception in the late 1920s through the many changes and improvements to the time when the last Phantom II rolled off the line in 1935. With special emphasis on the Continental, many diagrams and over 200 photographs illustrate the body styles built on to the chassis and show how the coachbuilders utilised it to produce one of the most magnificent and classic motor vehicles the world has ever known.
Michael Frostick and some 350 photographs tell the story from those early Decauvilles to the later 300 range motor cars, including much competition material and photographs of the BMW motor cycles fro
This book tells the story of those far-off times, and the impact the car made on the motor racing world. Uniquely, the book continues the story of 250Fs racing after their international careers were over, in the Americas and Australasia as well as in Europe, and charts their subsequent return to the circuits as popular draw-cards for historic motor racing.
This book is an attempt to illustrate in one volume the range of coachwork mounted on the various Rolls Royce chassis from the advent of the Silver Ghost in 1907 until motor car production ceased at the outbreak of war in 1939. The 55 coachbuilders whose work is illustrated include all the major companies and most of the smaller ones who built bodies for Rolls Royce chassis.
In order to help assess the success of this renowned motor-car manufacturer and to put it in perspective against its competitors over the years, Barrie Price has selected ten identifiable production periods in Rolls-Royce's history, putting their cars side-by-side with cars from other manufacturers that vied for the same market. 172 black-and-white photographs.
This book illustrates the coachbuilding craft as applied to Rolls Royce from 1946 to 1971. Nearly every different body design mounted on post war Rolls-Royce chassis is shown, including coachbuilders drawings and photographs of interiors.
This book covers the Phantoms I, II and III. There are over 540 photographs many specially researched from the extensive archives of the Sir Henry Royce Memorial Foundation.
A superb book covering the coachbuilding work of Vanden Plas encompassing Bentley, Alvis, Rolls Royce, Lagonda, Daimler and Austin to name but a few. The book has a huge array of lovely photographs making this a comprehensive guide to Vanden Plas and their work all the way through to the late 70s.
Michael Frostick and some 375 photographs shows the development of the modern Aston Martin from its sporting antecedents and the new prototype Lagonda from a 1905 three wheeler forecar. Included are some photographs of the little known 20hp cars which were mainly supplied to Russia before world war one.
Johnnie Green, with considerable devotion to detail, has unearthed over one hundred photographs of the Spanish cars to add to nearly three hundred of the French and Czechoslovakian cars making the 'Legendary Hispano Suiza's a true visual record of this famous motor car. Condition reportApart from the top and bottom of the dust jacket curling upwards a little and creases in the inside of the front and rear cover, the book is in excellent condition.
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