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April 20, 2019
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British and European Trucks of the 1980s
British and European Trucks of the 1980s
By Colin Peck
This unique book explores the products of more than 50 truck manufacturers – from the very largest to the smallest and most obscure – during a period of takeovers, failures and innovative new products. Containing over 120 mostly colour images – most of which have never been published before – this book could become a major reference source for information on truck manufacturers during the decade.
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British Lorries of the 1950s
British Lorries of the 1950s
By Malcolm Bobbitt
This book is a highly visual study of British lorries built during the 1950s, and contains 120 colour and black and white images, many contemporary. The photographic content extends to publicity material as well as the preservation scene depicting historic vehicles at work. All the familiar, and less familiar, names are evident, and the comprehensive text reveals much about Britain's commercial vehicle and road haulage industries, along with those marques that were household names.
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British Lorries of the 1960s
British Lorries of the 1960s
By Malcolm Bobbitt
An illustrated look at British lorries produced during the 1960s, featuring 120 pictures. The book includes publicity material, details of the heritage and preservation scene, and the comprehensive text reveals much about those vehicles that were everyday names.
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British Police Cars (Those Were The Days ...)
British Police Cars (Those Were The Days ...)
By Nick Walker
A nostalgic and heavily illustrated look at the cars used by the British Police from the very earliest days until the end of the 1970s. Throughout this book it’s the cars which are the stars, from Edwardian Humber to comparatively modern Rovers and Granadas of the seventies.
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British Woodies from the 1920s to the 1950s
British Woodies from the 1920s to the 1950s
By Colin Peck
Wooden-bodied shooting brakes, station wagons and estate cars, collectively known as Woodies, were the original SUVs (sports utility vehicles). While they were initially created for a specific purpose, their versatility, adaptability and load-carrying abilities meant that they quickly found favour with British buyers from all walks of life. In their heyday, they were built on virtually every make of car and light commercial chassis, and could be seen on every road in Britain. Sadly, today they are a rarity due mostly to the fact that their wooden bodies were not built to last – and most didn’t! Thousands were built by hundreds of coachbuilders, both large and small, and with the passage of time it may never be possible to record all of their details with any accuracy. The work of hundreds of small coachbuilder firms is highlighted here, and illustrated with 100 rare and previously unpublished photos. The British Woodie is undoubtedly a thing of beauty, and this book is a tribute to the skills of the coachbuilders that built these amazing wooden wonders.
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