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January 20, 2017
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Plastic Toy Cars of the 1950s & 1960s - The Collector's Guide
Plastic Toy Cars of the 1950s & 1960s - The Collector's Guide
Originally 19.99
By Andrew Ralston
Recent auction results indicate a growing interest among collectors in plastic toy cars made during the 1950s and 1960s in Britain, mainland Europe, the USA and Hong Kong. This book is the first to take a systematic approach to this hitherto neglected area of toy collecting, providing valuable background information on the companies that made these toys and enabling collectors to identify many previously unknown items. Among the many famous toy companies examined are Tri-ang and Brimtoy (Great Britain); Norev and Minialuxe (France); Gama and Siku (Germany); Ingap and Politoys (Italy); and Rico and Paya (Spain). In addition, light is shed for the first time on the history of many smaller and more obscure brands. More than 250 photographs of rare and unusual plastic toy cars are included, together with an indication of the prices these items are currently fetching on the antique toy market.
£ 9.99 More Info
Pocket Guide to Britains Farm Model & Toy Tractors 1998-2008
Pocket Guide to Britains Farm Model & Toy Tractors 1998-2008
By David Pullen
Britains has a long, distinctive history producing farm model tractors for collectors, young and old, around the world. This book is the first comprehensive, fully illustrated guide for collectors of the model and toy tractors produced by Britains in the ten years since it transferred all production to China. The book describes all the model tractors released in North America and Europe since 1998. As well as general releases it includes details and photographs of prototype and rare models. This is complemented by a catalogue describing the main features, differences, issue dates and codes of each model produced. Each is illustrated with six colour photographs showing the model from different angles and the issue packaging.
£ 14.99 More Info
Pocket Guide to Britains Farm Model Balers & Combines 1967-2007
Pocket Guide to Britains Farm Model Balers & Combines 1967-2007
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By David Pullen
Farm model collecting has become increasingly popular with people of all ages. Britains, a leading manufacturer, has a long and distinctive history of producing these models. This book is the first comprehensive, fully illustrated guide for those interested in collecting these miniatures. The book describes all the baler and combine models produced by Britains since they were first added to its farm model range 40 years ago, and also provides details of their development. As well as standard models, this includes details and photographs of prototype and rare models. The history is complemented by a catalogue describing the main features, differences, issue dates and codes of each model produced. Each is illustrated with six colour photographs showing the model from different angles and the issue packaging.
£ 16.99 More Info
Pontiac Firebird - The Auto-Biography
Pontiac Firebird - The Auto-Biography
By Marc Cranswick
Over a 40 year period the Pontiac Firebird has earned a unique place amongst speedy domestic cars. What started out as another contender in the 'me too' Mustang pony car race ended up becoming so much more. Only Pontiac could have come up with a coupe like the Firebird, and it was the Firebird that kept the performance fires burning once the mighty GTO was gone. The Firebird has garnered a reputation for being larger than life and many have come to view it as a large car, but that was not always the case. Pontiac's Firebird was originally a small US car, classified as a sport compact. In the days when people used the terms personal car and specialty car the Firebird wasn't even all that big. However, after the first major gas crunch viewpoints altered. One thing that didn't change was Pontiac's commitment to keeping their Bird flying high. Rather than trade on past glories or play games with nameplates, the Firebird stayed true to form and never gave up. Perhaps it's that persistence that has caused many to view the Firebird as a model in a certain mold. The truth is that over its life the Firebird has altered significantly, reflecting general changes and trends in the auto world at large. The Firebird's tale reflects the development of the mainstream domestic car in the modern era. V8s, turbo V8s, turbo V6s, HO V6s, overhead cam I6s and even a Super Duty four banger. If there's a performance avenue to be explored then the Firebird has been there, and Pontiac never quite gave up on the hope of using a transaxle. So it isn't just a story about V8s, or even Pontiac for that matter, icons always seem to have a wide influence. Popular with car fans and in the sales charts, the Firebird has had a high profile both in television and at the movies. The Pontiac Firebird has also received its fair share of attention from hot-rod shops, tuners and car customizers. As per Pontiac tradition the Firebird delivered what folks expected in the real world. Even during the lean years the Firebird kept the 400 cube 4 speed dream alive when others had moved on to paint and tape specials. Fast cars didn't die out in 1973, they just started wearing the 'Screamin Chicken' on their hoods. As a collector car the Firebird has all the credentials. A strong fan base, wide variety of power train and trim options, various low volume and commemorative models, and a healthy helping of nostalgia thrown in for good measure. A number of Firebird models are already valuable classics, but certain younger versions can be counted on as some of the fastest appreciating collector cars of today and tomorrow. The Firebird legend just gets bigger. From the go faster 1960s, gas mileage and pollution controlled 1970s, performance renaissance of the 1980s, through to the indifference of the 1990s. The Firebird was always there, this is its story. Cutting edge research and 295 photos bring this in-depth, incredibly detailed story to life.
£ 29.99 More Info
Pontiac Firebird - The Auto-Biography. New 3rd Edition.

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Pontiac Firebird - The Auto-Biography. New 3rd Edition.
New 3rd edition of THE Firebird book
By Marc Cranswick
An updated and enlarged examination of the complete model history of General Motor's upmarket F body variant. Close attention is paid to both regular and high level model variants (Formula & Trans Am), and how Pontiac made their Firebird unique. Includes 40 new images.
£ 35.00 More Info
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