This book covers the first century of the British car industry. Divided into four chronological sections Veteran Era; Vintage and Thoroughbred; The Classic Years; and Modern-Day Classic it profiles over 80 of the best-loved cars of Great Britain. From the Arnold-Benz and Arrol-Johnston Dogcart to the McLaren F1 and MG MGF, the book shows just how dramatically automobile technology has developed. Each entry tells the complete story of the model, from its design and development all the way through to its production. Illustrated with superb photographs from the National Motor Museum, Beaulieu, this book is essential reading for every motor enthusiast. CLASSIC BRITISH CARS The golden age of the British car, featuring over 80 machines shown in 170 photographs Graham Robson and Michael Ware
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About the Authors: Graham Robson is a motoring writer, historian, author and broadcaster, and an authority on classic British marques. He has commentated at major motoring events and written over 100 motoring books. Michael Ware was Curator and then Director of the National Motor Museum, Beaulieu, and has contributed to sporting magazines including Classic and Sports Car. He has also written a variety of motoring books.
Biblio NotesFeatures all the famous British marques, including Aston Martin, Bentley, Daimler, Jaguar, Jensen, Lagonda, Lotus, Morgan, Morris, Rolls-Royce, Sunbeam and Triumph Technical panels give comparative specifications for each vehicle, including engine type, capacity, power, fuel supply, suspension, weight and top speed Illustrated with more than 170 photographs spanning a century of British car production
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