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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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