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:...

Aspects of Motoring History #8

Published September 2012. 80 pages, 110 b&w illustrations, softbound. And, for the first time, 8 pages of full colour

Contents:

  • The formation and legacy of Britain’s first motor museum, by David Jeremiah
  • Aids to research: the motoring journals, by Michael Worthington-Williams
  • Full colour section: Charron automobiles 1912
  • Rivington Pike, an early speed hill-climb, by John Warburton
  • A local garage, by Malcolm Jeal
  • Looking back down the decades, by Jonathan Wood
  • Brakes axles and springs, by Malcolm Jeal
  • Afterwords

    Price £12.50, including U.K. postage and packing, £14.50 to Europe including Ireland, £16.50 overseas. Send a cheque made payable to the Society of Automotive Historians in Britain. Address to follow.


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