The Cheshire Motor Vehicle Registrations, 1904-07

Edited by Craig Horner 2020 review by Autolycus This is a book that needed to be written. It is...

FERRARI 250 GT SWB –The remarkable history of 2689GT

by Richard Heseltine 2020 review by Peter McFadyen The Ferrari 250GT Berlinetta was first shown on the stand of...

Aspects of Motoring History # 15

Published June 2019. 118 pages, colour cover, over 85 black & white illustrations and charts, softbound, and 15 pages...

Aspects of Motoring History # 14

Published July 2018. 114 pages, colour cover, over 80 black & white illustrations and charts, softbound, and 16 pages of full colour. Contents:...

The All New: ASPECTS OF MOTORING HISTORY has just been published

The latest Aspects of Motoring History, No 11, edited and produced by Dr Craig Horner has just been published (August 2015) and is available now.

The eleventh in the series, members of the SAHB automatically receive copies of these well-respected annual albums containing new, and never offered before, articles and stories about the world of motoring. Possessing 80 pages including the colour cover, 47 black & white illustrations, and 8 pages of full colour, this square-backed booklet is a delight. The list of contents include:

  • Beach Buggies: A British take on the 1960s’ Stateside fun car explosion, by James Hale
  • The Pioneer Power Company of London, by Peter Heilbron
  • Colour advertising of the thoroughbred & luxury motor-car:                                                                     seducing the wealthy and discerning customer, by Peter Moss
  • S. F. Edge: The salad days, by Craig Horner
  • The Wolseley racing programme, 1902 to 1907, by Anders Ditlev Clausager

Aspects of Motoring History is published with financial assistance of

The Michael Sedgwick Memorial Trust


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