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by OLIVIER MERLIN
‘ A true picture of Fangio, far removed from the usual type of biographical volume.’—From a review in Autos port of the Belgian edition.
The enthralling story of Fangio’s epic career from a small-town garage mechanic to the most respected figure on the Grandes Epreuves circuits of the world gains added authenticity from the fact that the author is a personal friend of his subject.
216 pages. 51 illustrations. PRICE 22/6
by JIM SHELDON
After dealing with the ancestry of the motor cycle, the author, a leading member of the Vintage Motor Cycle Club, analyses its ever improving mechanical design, describes its most famous makers, considers the importance of racing in its developments and laments the economic recession at the end of the Vintage period which decimated the industry. 208 pages 139 illustrations PRICE 3I/6d
by WILLIAM SODDY
The history and specification of every major, and many minor, sports car is to be found in these pages which cover the sports cars of Europe and America from Edwardian times to the present day. More than 200 different morgues are illustrated. 256 pages 230 photographs PRICE 9/3d
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