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by Graham Robson

eBook World's Most Powerful Cars epub
  • ISBN: 1850762546
  • Author: Graham Robson
  • Genre: Engineering
  • Subcategory: Transportation
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Apple Press; First Edition edition (April 26, 1990)
  • Pages: 128 pages
  • ePUB size: 1897 kb
  • FB2 size 1455 kb
  • Formats doc azw txt azw


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a b World Cup Rally, Graham Robson, The Car magazine no. 25, 1985, Orbis Publishing Lt. 25, 1985, Orbis Publishing Ltd. ^ "French Pilot, Marang, Dies In World Cup Rally Crash", Indianapolis Star, May 26, 1970, p26. ^ Philip Young & Ted Taylor. Graham Robson, The Daily Mirror World Cup Rally 40: The World’s Toughest Rally in Retrospect, 2010, pages 195-196. London-Mexico: The Complete Story, transcription of an article in the French magazine L'Auto Journal (in French).

THE WORLD'S MOST POWERFUL CARS - Graham Robson - BMW, Ferrari, Porsche, Maserati.

This is the manifesto that the most powerful people in Britain will tell you is impossible.

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Triumph Sports Cars - Graham Robson. Triumph – the first decades. ALTHOUGH BEFORE THE Second World War there were many famous Triumphs – Glorias, Vitesses, Southern Crosses and Dolomites – which sold in modest numbers, it wasn’t until the TR2 came along that the marque truly prospered. Triumph’s story began in Coventry in the 1880s, when German-born Siegfried Bettman set himself up as a maker of pedal cycles.

Graham Robson, Michael Ware. This book covers the first century of the British car industry. Divided into four chronological sections - Veteran Era; Vintage and Thoroughbred; The Classic Years; and Modern-Day Classic - it profiles over 80 of the best-loved cars of Great Britain. From the Arnold-Benz and Arrol-Johnston Dogcart to the McLaren F1 and MG MGF, the book shows just how dramatically automobile technology has developed. Each entry tells the complete story of the model, from its design and development all the way through to its production.

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