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Author: T. R. NICHOLSON Illustrated by John W. Wood + etc. Book Two - Cars of the World in Colour
Publisher: Blandford Press, London, 1970, 1st ed., hardcover small 8vo with dj, 164pp., 192 COLOUR ARTWORKS of CARS & several B/W ILLUSTRATIONS, illustr. eprs, and INDEX.
Condition:Orange cloth-bound hardcover with bright gilt title to spine, slight rubbing to spine & corners, no inscriptions, CLEAN & TIGHT in GOOD CONDITIION, slight foxing to eprs, in a clipped GOOD DUSTJACKET with tear to bottom spine, slight foxing to inside.
Description: TECHNOLOGY, CARS, MECHANICS, OUT OF PRINT BOOKS - Alfa Romeo, Mercedes, Bentley, NSU, NAG, Bugatti, MG, Aston Martin and more!
This third volume in the series Blandford Cars of the World in Colour deals with the earliest sports cars in COLOUR
Author: T. R. NICHOLSON Illustrated by John W. Wood + etc. Cars of the World in Colour
Publisher: Blandford Press, London, 1972, 1st ed., hardcover 8vo with dj, 157pp., COLOUR ARTWORKS of CARS & B/W ILLUSTRATIONS, and INDEX.
Condition:Red cloth-bound hardcover with bright gilt title to spine, slight rubbing to spine & corners, no inscriptions, CLEAN & TIGHT in GOOD CONDITIION, slight foxing to eprs and some marks to the outside bottom page edges, in an unclipped GOOD DUSTJACKET rubbed
Description: This, the sixth book in the Blandford Cars of the World in Colour series, is devoted to the story of the development of the world's passenger cars from 1913 to 1923. This book tells the part that famous and less-known makes played in their development.
Author: George H. Dammann
Publisher: Crestline Publishing, Illinois, USA , 1972, REVISED EDITION, 320 pp., hardcover quarto, chronological chapters, b/w photo illustrations.
Condition:Aqua cloth-bound hardcover with title to spine and logo-embellished front cover, STRAIGHT and TIGHT in GOOD CONDITION without a dj, with minor marks and edgewear.
Description: From the run of the first prototype by Louis Chevrolet in 1911
Through every model made during the period 1911-1971
Drawings of proposaed models
To the last photo, of a 307 cubic inch 1-Ton Truck.
Author: Ray Miller Featuring photos of unrestored low-milage original cars where-ever possible
Publisher: Evergreen Press, Oceanside, California, 1976, FIRST PRINTING, 320pp., hardcover 4to, 22 chapters, appendices, production figures, b/w advertising illustrations,
Condition:Crisp leather-like brown cloth-bound hardcover with bright gilt title to spine, STRAIGHT, TIGHT and CLEAN in GOOD CONDITION with no writing or inscriptions and slight age-toning to ROBUST pages, in an unclipped FAIR DUSTJACKET with extreme edgewear.
Description: 1911-1914 The Classic Six, Light Six
1914-1922 The Baby Grand and the Series F
Copper-Cooled Series C
Capitol Series AA
National Series AB
International Series AC
The Universal Series AD
Author: Gregory's Scientific Publications, No 165 A
Publisher: Gregory's, Sydney, 1984, reprint, 216 pp., hardcover 4to without dj, 21 chapters, illustrations, Index.
Condition:Illustrated hard-bound cover with title to spine & cover, STRAIGHT & TIGHT in GOOD CONDITION with chips to edges of the cover, a few mild marks to endpapers and a CLEAN, ROBUST and TIGHT interior.
Description: FORD : Falcon, Fairmont XD Series 19879- 1982 Specifications - Wiring Diagrams - Lubrication - Maintenance Sedan - Station Wagon - Panel Van - Utility - Repair - Technology -Automatic and Manual Transmission Includes Supplement - Alloy Head Models
Author: Ford UK
Publisher: pub. Ford UK, November 1953, 120 PAGES., softcover 8vo, text, illustrations, b/w photos ,2 x Index. Specifications - Wiring Diagrams - Lubrication - Maintenance
Condition:Stiff card-bound cover with title to frontcover, STRAIGHT, TIGHT and CLEAN in GOOD CONDITION with mild marking to front cover (scan). Internally very clean, no marks, A GENUINE, ORIGINAL COPY
Description: Specifications - Wiring Diagrams - Lubrication - Maintenance, Operating Instructions
Hydraulic Power Lift
Belt Pully attachment
Index to Illustrations
Author: by STATON ABBEY
Publisher: Sir Isaac Pitman, London, 1954 2nd edition reprint, 132 pp. + advts stiff card cover 8vo, line illustrations and b/w photos, Index.
Condition:Soiled stiff card-bound hardcovercover with title to front cover, STRAIGHT & TIGHTLY BOUND in GOOD MINUS CONDITION with marks & staining to cover, age-toned internal pages are ROBUST and well-bound, a few internal marks, some pen notes to rear cover.
Description: Manufacturer Austin Motor Company
Successor Austin 12/6 and Austin 12/4
Body style various including commercials
Engine 1660 or 1861 cc Straight-4
Wheelbase 112 in (2,800 mm)
Length 162 in
Author: presented to both Houses of Parliament by His Excellencies Command Printed by Authority, A C Brooks, Government Printer
Publisher: by Victorian Parliament, 6352/63, Melbourne, 1963, 126pp.+ fold-out plan, softcover foolscap, 4 parts , illustrations are line drawings, plans, b/w & colour photos.
Condition:Large stiff-card bound softcover with title to front cover and cloth binding to spine, STRAIGHT, TIGHTLY BOUND and CLEAN in GOOD CONDITION with no inscriptions, a name stamped to the title page and some marks and spots to cover, and a few marks internally
Description: An exhaustive report in the causes and responsibility for the fact that the Kings Bridge collapsed on 10 July 1962 when a low-loader and trailer weighing approximately 28 tons drove onto the western side of the bridge, which collapsed. Judge E Barber.