Le Mans Model Collection | Porter Press International | Hardback

An exhaustively detailed book covering every single car that raced at Le Mans between 1949 and 2009. A must-have for fans of Le Mans.

£200.00

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Description

Overview
This trilogy of books contains a remarkable collection of models which is the property of the N Collection and comprises every single car that raced at Le Mans between 1949 and 2009 – over 3,000 cars.

Here, for the first time, one can see and compare all the various makes and models, from the famous to the obscure. Not only are there three views of every model, but the salient facts are given as to who drove each car, whom the entrant was and how each performed.

These books are a fascinating record of how the Le Mans cars evolved through the decades. Even for expert enthusiasts there are a few surprises lurking in here.

Furthermore, the books celebrate and pay tribute to a great model car enthusiast, the late-Mr. Ron Pegg, who spent a lifetime creating these models and this remarkable collection.

Key content
Every car that raced at Le Mans over six decades
Salient details of over 3,000 cars and over 30,000 facts
Featuring 9,000 photographs and 61 specially commissioned paintings plus an introductory resumé of every race
Three views of each model
The collection includes 565 cars from the 1950s, 522 from the 1960s, 533 from the 970s, 513 from the 1980s, 446 from the 1990s and 506 from the 00s
Book 1 – 1949 to 1969 (354 pages)
Book 2 – 1970 to 1989 (324 pages)
Book 3 – 1990 to 2009 (296 pages

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