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Books about motoring scheduled to appear in the near or distant future include the revised Bugatti Book by Hugh Conway, which Foulis will publish as a 400-page tome with 300 pictures, and Peter Hull’s Alfa Romeo History, which Cassell are now handling as one of the Montagu Motor Book series. A series of one-make histories, such as Austin by R. J. Wyatt, Humber by John Tarring, Morris by Lytton Jarman and Robin Barraclough, and David Thirlby’s long-awaited G.N./Frazer-Nash story are taking form but whether they will be published in uniform volumes from one house or by different publishers is not known. Someone is working on a Vauxhall history and a book of drawings of little-known and exciting Mercedes models is anticipated. Roland King Farlow is known to be working on a detailed new edition of George Monkhouse’s splendid reference work “Grand Prix Facts and Figures” for Foulis, and we can expect a booklet describing most of the and the exhibits therein. Another probable series is “Maintenance of Vintage Cars,” perhaps under specific makes.