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The Encyclopedia of Classic Cars [448pp]

Craig Cheetham

The Encyclopedia of Classic Cars is a comprehensive guide to the finest automobiles of the last 120 years, from the first two-cylinder pioneers of the 1890s to the latest supercars inspired by the past, such as the 2004 Ford GT.... Read moreRead less

The Encyclopedia of Classic Cars is a comprehensive guide to the finest automobiles of the last 120 years, from the first two-cylinder pioneers of the 1890s to the latest supercars inspired by the past, such as the 2004 Ford GT. The book is organized chronologically by era. Within each chapter the cars are arranged chronologically by manufacturing dates, giving the reader a unique overview of how car design developed and which models were launched in the same year. The book includes over 1000 entries, each illustrated with a photograph and accompanied by an authoritative history and specifications table. Each entry explores the evolution, engineering, and styling of each model, within the broader context of its era.

Encyclopedia 448pp series

Format: 305 x 227mm
Extent: 448pp
Word count: 220,000
Illustrations: 650 col & b/w photos

Craig Cheetham

Craig Cheetham is the author of The World’s Worst Cars and has contributed to various motoring books including The Encyclopedia of Classic Cars. He writes for Auto Express Magazine and was previously a features writer at Land Rover Owner International and a staff writer on Classic Car Weekly. He lives in Peterborough, UK.

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