Saloons, Bars & Boykies | Greg Mills | Book | Limited Edition Hardback

This new title by renowned South African motor sport author, Greg Mills, reviews the cars, bars, and personalities active at all levels of South African motor sport through the 1960’s, 70’s and 80’s.

£45.00 (Approx. $57.60 / €49.08)

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Description

As the title states, this new title from renowned South African motorsport author, Greg Mills, is his latest work reviewing the cars, bars, and personalities that were active at all levels of South African motorsport through the 1960s, 70s and 80s. Despite the title, there is also some coverage of single seater and sports cars racing.

Limited to 1000 copies, numbered and signed by the author, this is a hardback book in A4 format, comprising of 275 pages with over 1000 pictures.

PLEASE NOTE THAT ALL CURRENT EXAMPLES HAVE SOME MINOR IMPERFECTIONS (SMALL BUMPS TO CORNERS AND/OR TO TOP/BOTTOM OF SPINE) DUE TO DAMAGE INCURRED IN TRANSIT TO THE SUPPLIER.

Author: Greg Mills with Robert Young & David Pearson
ISBN: 9780620790536
Size: 287.00 x 217.00
Publisher: Ecurie Zoo
Publication Year: 2018
Edition: 1st Edition
Language: English
Pages: 254
Illustrations: Black & White and Colour
Format: Hardback – Published Without Dustjacket
Signed Author: Greg Mills

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