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A celebration of three of Britain's iconic classic cars: The NG, Aston Martin and E-Type Jaguar. MG: Regarded as the archetypal British sports car, the MG holds a special place in the hearts of many motoring enthusiasts the world over. Just a mention of of MGA, MGB or Midget conjures up the exciting image of flying-jacket festooned open-top motoring. All these classic MG models are featured in this eBook. Aston Martin: The story of Great Britain's most coveted motoring marques, Aston Martin was formed in the 1920sand has had a rollercoaster ride ever since, producing some of the most beautiful sports cars ever seen. Discover the cars of Aston Martin through the ages such as the 1929 International and the contemporary V12 Vantage Zagato.E-Type Jaguar: An innovative sports car of the first degree, the E-Type Jaguar captured the imagination of car enthusiasts the world overwith its sleek, stunning looks, its exhilarating performance and its sensible price when it took to the road in 1961. It was an instant sensation and a winner for Jaguar for 14 years. This eBook reviews the glory years if the Series 1, 2 and 3.
The brainchild of Alec Issigonis, the first Minis rolled off the production line in 1959. By the time it finished production in 2000 it had sold over 5 million cars in many variations including sports models that won many rally races over the years. The Little Book of Mini provides a concise history of the car.
Little Book of Beetle is a 128-page hardback book written by Jon Stroud which charts the history of this motoring icon. Part of the million-selling Little Book series this follows the success of the Little Book of the VW Camper Vanand is sure to appeal to enthusiasts and gift-buyers. Ties in with the launch of the next generation of the VW Beetle in 2011.
The Little Book of Cycle Racing tells the story of the world's greaest bike races. From chaotic beginnings at the end of the 19th century to the dominance of Lance Armstrong, the now-disgraced Texan, and the brilliant emergence of British winners, Bradley Wiggins and chris Froome.