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AUTOBOOKS

104 ISLINGWORD ROAD BRIGHTON SX

A TURN AT THE WHEEL, by S. Moss. The years covered in this book, 1957-60, will have a special place in history as the period in which British racing cars and their drivers achieved complete dominance over their foreign rivals. 200 pages _. 26.3 MONTLHERY—THE STORY OF ‘THE PARIS AUTODROME 1924-60, by W. Boddy. Being the latest work in the Montagu Motor Book series, this book deals with the activities at the Paris Autodromo from its opening in 1924 up to the present day. 170 pages 26/3 TACKLE KART1NG THIS WAY, by I. Berg. The first British book on the sport, fully covering every aspect in simple non-technical language .. 1313 CATALOGUE OF JAPANESE MOTOR VEHICLES. The enthusiast and layman alike will be surprised on reading this book at the size of the Japanese industry and at the quality and the variety of models offered. 270 pages … 40/BUGATTI STORY, by W. Soddy. The story of ” Le Patron ” and his cars. A book containing 115 pages of facts. figures and data on Bugatti cars … 16/FIFTY YEARS WITH THE SPEED KINGS, by David McDonald (” Dunlop Mac “). In this book Dunlop Mac recalls in a most entertaining way his experiences whilst being closely concerned with most of the World’s Land Speed record attempts and major races in the past fifty years. Ill pages, 33 illustrations _. . . 19/6 COMPREHENSIVE AVERAGE SPEED TABLES. Time and distance for all speeds from 20 m.p.h. to 35 m.p.h., in increments of 0.1 m.p.h. Spiral bound for ouick reference .., . … 16’ AUTOMOBILE YEAR 1961. Number eight of this equisitely produced annual. Without doubt the finest book on the year’s automobiles. Contains surveys of new designs, coverage of main sports events, etc., etc. 250

pages, site 10 in. 8 in. 500 illustrations … 52/6 THE BUGATTI BOOK. Eaglesfield & Hampton. The most detailed book ever to be published on one car. Packed with historic and racing information, technical information and reprints of some instruction books.

DESIGN AND TUNING OF COMPETITION ENGINES, by P. Smith. A new revised edition giving the fullest possible detail on the design, modifications and tuning of engines for competition or enthusiastic motoring. 400 pages. 75 illustrations 3616 MG COMPANION. Ullyett. The story of this marque. Details of all models with many illustrations.

130 pages . 16/3 LOST CAUSES OF MOTORING, by Lord Montag,’ of Beaulieu. Accounts and details of sixty-nine motor manufacturers who have disappeared from the scene. A scholarly but entertaining book on the lost breeds. 224 pages. 3116 ONE HI-IN•RED OF THE WORLD’S FINEST AUTOMOBILES, by O. Ritch. 110 pages. size 10 in. x 8 in., packed with photographs, descriptions and data of the world’s best vintage and modern RALLY MANUAL. by Benstead-Smith. The author is a well-known motoring journalist who has compete/ in most major rallies at home and abroad. From his wide experience he has produced a first-rate guide to this

exciting sport. tact pages. 21 illustrations 22i3 BOOK OF SPORTS CARS. by Markman & Sherwin. A most comprehensive dictionary—encyclopedia—biography of sports cars and the men who made and drove them. Over 700 outstanding illustrations. Magnificent presentation and exhaustive documentation. 318 pages. Size 11 in. x 9 in. 720 illustrations … … 76/BEHIND THE WHEEL, by McKay. The story of the growth of Motor Sport in Australia. Lively accounts of the authors, racing and testing with such cars as Aston Martin, Porsche, Volkswagen and Mercedes. 222 pages. 60 illustrations AUSTIN SEVEN SPECIALS. Williams. Full information on how to build from secondhand parts, how to maintain and how to tune and develop it for Sports or rating. Includes complete overhaul and reconditioning instructions on all pre-war Austin Sevens. 174 pages 22/3 TUNING AND MAINTENANCE OF M.G.s MIDGETS 1929.1955. Smith. A complete tuning manual, including supercharging. 180 pages … 18/6 ROADCRAFT. The official Police Driving Manual 41MODIFIED MOTORING. Sprinzel. A tuning manual covering all B.M.C. 948-c.c. engines (Minor, A35 THE SPORTS CAR. Campbell. Its design and per formance. New edition. 300 pages … 31,4 PERFORMANCE CONVERSION EQUIPMENT. Smith. What there is and what it can do. 138 pages 22/3 RALLYING. Turner. Preparation, navigation, organi sation 22/3