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May 28, 2017
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Russian Motor Vehicles – The Czarist Period: 1784 to 1917

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Russian Motor Vehicles – The Czarist Period: 1784 to 1917
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By Maurice Kelly
This work covers the motor vehicle industry in Russia prior to World War I and provides data on steam vehicles, electric vehicles, motor cars, trucks, motor cycles and military vehicles. The writer spent time in the former USSR researching the book, and to his knowledge it is the most comprehensive account of the subject ever produced. The archives of the Polytechnical Museum in Moscow were consulted in depth, and a large number of Russian books in the author’s possession have also been examined to achieve a reliable report.
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RX-7 Mazda’s Rotary Engine Sports Car: Third Edition

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RX-7 Mazda’s Rotary Engine Sports Car: Third Edition
By Brian Long
New edition of the definitive international history of Mazda’s extraordinarily successful Wankel-engined coupés and roadsters, up to the end of production and the introduction of the RX-8. Advice on buying your own RX-7, plus coverage of the RX-7 in motorsport, and production figures. Heavily illustrated in colour.
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Saab 96 & V4 (Rally Giants Series)
Saab 96 & V4 (Rally Giants Series)
By Graham Robson
The front-wheel-drive Saab 96 made the brand into a rally icon in the 1960s. It succeeded in events as diverse as the Monte Carlo, Britain's RAC Rally, special stage events in every Scandinavian country, and the rough-and-tough Spa-Sofia-Liége Marathon. The big change came in 1967, when the 96 became the V4. Works cars continued to be competitive in carefully chosen events for many years, and when they became outdated, the V4's successors – the much larger and more powerful 99 and 99 Turbo types – proved that Saab wasn’t done with rallying yet. More than any other car of its era, the 96 and V4 models proved that front-wheel-drive allied to true superstar driving could produce victory where no-one expected it.
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Selling your car - How to make your car look great and how to sell it fast
Selling your car - How to make your car look great and how to sell it fast
By Nigel Knight
Filled with simple and expert techniques, this unique book will help you give your car a stunning makeover, transforming its appearance and boosting its sale value. Features chapters on professionally cleaning the interior and exterior, repairing scratches, and improving the paintwork, plus advice on repairs, photography and the psychology of selling.
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Sleeping Beauties USA – abandoned classic cars & trucks
Sleeping Beauties USA – abandoned classic cars & trucks
By Bjoern Marek
Sleeping Beauties USA honours rusted and forgotten automotive treasures that have been found parked alongside the highways of America, waiting to be discovered again. Rather than showcasing typically brilliant, highly rebuilt show queens, the book instead explores the transience and inherent beauty of a car’s life, captured through stunning and evocative photography.
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