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New edition of The book of the Beetle Cabriolet!

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New edition of The book of the Beetle Cabriolet!

Karmann Ghia built the majority of VW Beetle Cabriolets between 1948 and 1980. Today, these convertible Beetles are much sought after as practical, durable and very attractive classics.

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Austin-Healey Big Healeys Book Review

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Austin-Healey Big Healeys Book Review

Having this book in your pocket is like having a real marque expert by your side. Benefit from the author’s years of real ownership experience, learn how to spot a bad car quickly, and how to assess a promising one like a professional. Get the right car at the right price!

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Tales from the Toolbox – Behind-the-scenes tales from GP mechanics

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Tales from the Toolbox – Behind-the-scenes tales from GP mechanics

A unique collection of behind-the-scenes stories and anecdotes as told, in their own words, by former Grand Prix mechanics who have worked at the top level of the sport during the past 50 years.

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Austerity Motoring ‘from Armistice to the Mid Fifties’ Malcom Bobbit (author)

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Austerity Motoring ‘from Armistice to the Mid Fifties’ Malcom Bobbit (author)

This book may not be new to the shelves having been first published a decade ago but it is soon to be released on the ‘e book’ platform, which will also be a first for me.

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Too Fast to Race & Still to Fast to Race DVD Review

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Too Fast to Race & Still to Fast to Race DVD Review

This fantastic value 2-disc set brings together two awesome films celebrating the monsters of rallying’s Group B era.

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Nothing Runs! – Hilarious Misadventures in the Classic, Collectable & Exotic Car Biz

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Nothing Runs! – Hilarious Misadventures in the Classic, Collectable & Exotic Car Biz

Many different stories, each involving a great automobile (or automobiles) and the trouble the vehicle(s) caused for the author, a self-described ‘gearhead’ who tried to turn his passion into a business, and failed.

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Maserati 250F from Haynes – Book review by Grant Ford

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Maserati 250F from Haynes – Book review by Grant Ford

A Haynes manual to me is the book you reach for when ones mechanical knowledge comes up short; kept in the corner of the garage and normally with pages covered in black finger prints.

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The Chequered is Flying – Book Review by Grant Ford

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The Chequered is Flying – Book Review by Grant Ford

Prior to my rebellious teenage years, every Sunday I was loaded into the family Cortina and endured the trip from home in West London to my grandparents to the North, Finchley to be exact.

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Niki Lauda and James Hunt Grand Prix Heroes DVD Reviews

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Niki Lauda and James Hunt Grand Prix Heroes DVD Reviews

Sir Stirling Moss narrates these definitive biographies from Brusnwick Films. Thanks to their unrivalled F1 archive Brunswick have brought together incredibly detailed and highly informative histories of these great rivals. From first forays in GPs (Hesketh & March respectively), through early successes and on to their Championship years these tell the full stories of two remarkable men.

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The Race of Giants DVD

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The Race of Giants DVD

One of the greatest gatherings of car racing talent from multiple disciplines ever likely to be assembled for a one-off race. Race of the Giants charts an unrepeatable race from 1978 when drivers from five decades of racing came together to bump fenders at the Macau Grand Prix.

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