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Aspects of Motoring History No. 11


New book - Aspects of Motoring History No. 11

The Society of Automotive Historians in Britain (the SAHB) is proud to announce the publication of Aspects of History No. 11. This softbound publication contains 80 pages including the colour cover, with 47 black & white illustrations and 8 pages of full colour.Aspects of Motoring History is published with financial assistance of The Michael Sedgwick Memorial Trust.

CONTENTS:
- Beach Buggies: A British take on the 1960s’ Stateside fun car explosion, by James Hale.  From USA origins, through the pioneering work of Bruce Meyers, to the many British makers.
- The Pioneer Power Company of London, by Peter Heilbron.  The remarkable story of an early American steam ‘lurry’ and its protagonists in the United Kingdom.
- Colour advertising of the thoroughbred luxury motorcar seducing the wealthy and discerning customer, by Peter Moss. A short illustrated review of how top people were attracted to top motor-cars – including a curious theme that cropped up several times over 40 years.
- S. F. Edge: The salad days, by Craig Horner.  The fascinating story of the often neglected early cycling history of the great motor-car man. - The Wolseley racing programme, 1902 to 1907, by Anders Ditlev Clausager.  A detailed and beautifully illustrated history of Wolseley’s racing exploits, adapted from Anders Clausager’s forthcoming book on Wolseley.

PRICES, AND HOW TO BUY:
All prices include postage and packing: £12.50 to UK, £14.50 to Europe including Ireland, £16.50 overseas. Send a cheque made payable to the Society of Automotive Historians in Britain, and your details, to Aspects of Motoring History, 10 Lodge Park, Whittlebury, Towcester, Northamptonshire, United Kingdom NN12 8XG.

  

Monday, 14 September 2015

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