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Aspects of Motoring History #10

Published August 2014. 80 pages, 93 black & white illustrations, softbound, and 10 pages of full colour.

Contents:

  • Skinner’s Union – its origins and the annals of the SU Company, by Mike Harvey
  • Making tracks – some early motor racing circuits, by Jim Loveridge
  • Motoring 1914 style – with artist René Vincent
  • The ups and downs of Delage I, by Richard Crump
  • Ernst Eisemann – the other German magneto man, by W. S. Jaro
  • Musings on modernity, by Malcolm Jeal
  • Travelling back down the decades, by Kit Foster
  • Afterwords
  • Looking backwards and forwards

Prices including postage: Price £13, including U.K. postage and packing, £16 to Europe including Ireland, £20 overseas. You can pay by bank transfer, PayPal or cheque: for details, please contact peter.moss12@btinternet.com.


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