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Fiat 131 Abarth

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Fiat 131 Abarth
By Graham Robson
When Fiat entered rallying in 1970, its ultimate aim was to become World Rally Champion – and the 131 Abarth of 1976-1980 provided the machinery to make that possible. Within the Fiat-Lancia empire, the 131 Abarth not only replaced the 124 Abarth Spider sports car, but was also favoured ahead of the charismatic Lancia Stratos. By 1970s standards, the 131 Abarth was the most extreme, and effective, of all homologation specials. Compared with the 131 family car on which it was originally based, it had different engine, transmission and suspension layouts, was backed by big budgets and by a team of superstar drivers, and was meant to win all round the world. Not only did it start winning World rallies within months of being launched, but in 1977, 1978 and 1980 the 'works' team also won the World Championship for Makes, and set every standard by which Rally Giants were to be judged. The 131 Abarth was backed by a peerless team of engineers, so was there ever any doubt that successors like the Lancia Rally 037 and the Delta Integrale would eventually come from the same stable?
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Ford Escort Mk1

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Ford Escort Mk1
By Graham Robson
The Escort MkI delivered everything its predecessor, the Lotus-Cortina, had promised. Versatile, accessible and competitive at all levels, it dominated international rallying throughout the 1970s, and became hugely popular with teams and spectators alike.
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Ford Escort RS1800

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Ford Escort RS1800
By Graham Robson
The Ford Escort MkII, the RS1800, became Ford’s most successful rally car, and is still winning historic events today. It brought new standards to the sport, inspiring many others to copy it. This books contains full details of every ‘works’ Escort MkII that went rallying, plus driver and personality profiles, and detailed car evolution.
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Ford GT40, Production & Racing History & Individual Chassis Record
Ford GT40, Production & Racing History & Individual Chassis Record
By Trevor Legate
When Enzo Ferrari refused to sell his company to Ford Motor Company, Henry Ford II unleashed his fury in a car called the GT40. Read all about the sports car that was built specifically to beat Ferrari at the classic Le Mans 24-hour race -- and win it did, scoring four consecutive victories from 1966 to 1969. Learn the details of how Ford expanded its horizons, and find out what became of the cars that were built to achieve that goal, including their race successes. The author also details the road-going version of the GT40. Featured are many new unpublished action photographs, a reproduction of the GT40 parts manual, and the histories of each of the chassis numbers.
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Ford GT40, Production & Racing History & Individual Chassis Record (Leather)
Ford GT40, Production & Racing History & Individual Chassis Record (Leather)
 
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