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January 20, 2017
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DAF TRUCKS since 1949
DAF TRUCKS since 1949
By Colin Peck
This book chronicles the fascinating first 80 years of DAF’s history, from being a small Dutch trailer manufacturer through to its acquisition by US truck giant Paccar, and the development of the company to its present position as the top-selling truck in the UK and a major global brand. Buses, cars and army trucks are also covered, as well as details of how DAF has worked with various other truck makers, such as Leyland, International Harvester, Renault, RABA and GINAF, making the book essential reading for truck enthusiasts everywhere.
£ 15.99 More Info
Daimler SP 250 – Enlarged & Revised Second Edition
Daimler SP 250 – Enlarged & Revised Second Edition
By Brian Long
The fascinating story of Daimler’s daring glass fibre sports car, including its commercial feasibility at the time, and key role in Daimler’s future, its development, production, and the proposal that could have seen it built into the 1970s. A bold new design, the 'Dart', as it was originally to be called, should have been Daimler’s saviour and a springboard to a range of new models, including saloons and coupés. Sadly, Jaguar – a company with its own sports cars – bought Daimler before the car was allowed to evolve. Contains contemporary material and photography throughout to help owners seeking to restore their vehicles in period guise.
£ 17.49 More Info
Datsun Fairlady Roadster to 280ZX - The Z-car Story
Datsun Fairlady Roadster to 280ZX - The Z-car Story
Foreword by Yutaka Katayama ('Mr K' - the 'Father of the Z-car')
By Brian Long
£ 29.99 More Info
Datsun Fairlady Roadster to 280ZX - The Z-car Story
Datsun Fairlady Roadster to 280ZX - The Z-car Story
Low stock! Foreword by Yutaka Katayama ('Mr K' - the 'Father of the Z-car')
By Brian Long
£ 19.99 More Info
Diecast Toy Cars of the 1950s & 1960s
Diecast Toy Cars of the 1950s & 1960s
Originally £19.99
By Andrew Ralston
Collecting vintage diecast toy cars has become an increasingly popular hobby over the last 25 years, and this book provides a comprehensive overview of the companies that made these toys during the 1950s and 1960s. As well as examining the major names such as Dinky Toys, Corgi Toys and Matchbox (Great Britain), Solido (France), Tekno (Denmark) and Tootsietoy (USA), this book is unique in its coverage of many smaller and more obscure brands, not only from Europe or the USA but from countries as far afield as Japan, Israel and Argentina. The book provides fascinating insights into the history of individual companies, accompanied by 300 photographs of rare examples, most of them with their original boxes. A further unique feature is the inclusion of a large selection of colourful and evocative illustrations from catalogues and period trade advertisements. For the newcomer to the hobby, this volume will provide an ideal introduction to the history of the manufacturers active in this field, while experienced collectors will make many new discoveries.
£ 9.99 More Info
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