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June 17, 2019
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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 Touring Car Racing – The crowd’s favourite – late 1960s to 1990
British Touring Car Racing – The crowd’s favourite – late 1960s to 1990
Low stock! We have a limited number of copies with bookplates personally signed by Peter Collins! Request during checkout.
By Peter Collins
Evocative pictures of British Touring Car racing – the crowd's favourite – from the flares of the late 1960s to the turbos of 1990.
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British Toy Boats 1920 onwards – A pictorial tribute
British Toy Boats 1920 onwards – A pictorial tribute
By Roger Gillham
A concise yet comprehensive record of products of the major manufacturers of British waterborne toy boats from 1920 onwards, featuring detailed images, plus a listing and description of all models made. Also includes a fascinating look at many of the smaller, lesser known manufacturers.
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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 The work of hundreds of small coachbuilder firms is highlighted here, and illustrated with 100 rare and previously unpublished photos.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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BRM -  A mechanic‘s tale
BRM - A mechanic‘s tale
By Richard Salmon
The inside story of a loyal team member of British Racing Motors, this mechanic’s tale catalogues the humiliation and glory that BRM faced in the mid-20th century, culminating in Graham Hill’s 1962 victory in South Africa, winning both the Drivers’ and Constructors’ Championships for the BRM team – and becoming part of British motor racing history.
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BRM V16
BRM V16
By Karl Ludvigsen
A bright beacon of hope and promise for Britain’s motor-sports enthusiasts during the drab and rationed post-war years was their knowledge that the country’s leading auto companies and suppliers were banding together to create an amazing new car that promised to put Britain at the forefront in Grand Prix racing. Declaring its intent with its name, British Racing Motor or BRM, the car was a veritable wonder machine shot through with fascinating and revolutionary features. Yet it failed so publicly and sensationally that the V16 BRM has gone down in history as one of motor racing’s most spectacular flops.
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BSA 350, 441 & 500 Singles
BSA 350, 441 & 500 Singles
STOP! Don’t buy a BSA 350 or 500 single until you’ve first bought this book!
By Peter Henshaw
All you need to know about buying a used BSA unit single, from the very first 250cc C15 to the final 500cc B50. Get the low-down on model histories, relative values, points to look for, plus advice on paperwork, auctions and restorations, and more.
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BSA 500 & 650 Twins - The Essential Buyer's Guide
BSA 500 & 650 Twins - The Essential Buyer's Guide
By Peter Henshaw
This book is a practical guide to buying one of these bikes today. and covers the complete range, from the very first 1946 500cc A7 to the final 1973 650cc A65s. Photos and a unique scoring system smoothly guide you through the buying process without making expensive mistakes. One hundred colour photos, useful appendices and expert advice mean that this book could save you thousands!
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BSA Bantam – The Essential Buyer's Guide
BSA Bantam – The Essential Buyer's Guide
Stop! Don't buy a BSA Bantam without buying this book first!
By Peter Henshaw
A step-by-step guide to buying a secondhand BSA Bantam, with everything the buyer needs to know: assessment of engine, transmission, frame, paintwork and chrome, tinwork, wheels and tyres, brakes, electrics, and an explanation of engine and frame numbers. Includes a run-down of the various Bantam models and an assessment of which offers the best investment potential, plus advice on auctions, paperwork, lack of use problems and useful contacts. One hundred photos illustrate this practical, straightforward guide to buying a secondhand BSA Bantam.
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BSA Motorcycles - the final evolution

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BSA Motorcycles - the final evolution
By Brad Jones
A Veloce Classic Reprint. A fresh appraisal of BSA and Triumph motorcycles designed for the 1971 model year, plus BSA’s revolutionary Ariel 3 moped, and the 750cc Triumph Hurricane that was originally planned as a BSA model.
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