Out of print for twenty years, the 2017 edition of Jim Clark: Tribute to a Champion is newly revised and expanded and completely redesigned in colour throughout. This classic of motor racing celebrates the life and achievements of Jim Clark (1936-1968).
Covers the MGs of 1922-1939 with a detailed history of MG’s foundation by Cecil Kimber and WR Morris, through its struggles in the aftermath of the first world war to its triumphs before the outbreak of the second. Forty-seven distinctive examples of MG are detailed, illustrated and described along with comprehensive specifications.
Covers the MGs of 1945-1965 with a detailed history of MG’s postwar expansion into the export market, development of austerity-era saloons and sedans, and triumphant return to the motor racing track at Le Mans. Forty-one distinctive examples of MG are detailed, illustrated and described along with comprehensive specifications.
Covers the years 1965-2001 and follows the closure of the Abingdon-on-Thames factory in 1980 after the turbulent British Leyland years and the transition to MG-Rover. Despite modest resources MG kept up with the times and met stringent safety and emissions regulations imposed by world markets with landmark cars such as the MGB GT. Thirty-five distinctive examples of MG are detailed, illustrated and described along with comprehensive specifications.
Newly revised and expanded, this complete history of Vauxhall includes great Edwardian sports cars like the 1911 Prince Henry and the 1920s 30-98 up to the 2007 VXR8. Over 170 individual models are fully illustrated, with a 200-word description plus a full technical specification.
The definitive Jaguar resource. Includes concept cars, one-offs, race reporting, design methodology and specifications for every landmark Jaguar made: racing Jaguars and road cars such as the Mark 2 saloons and the one-off XJ13, failures and successes right up to the XF and XJ
The Complete Bentley is the only single volume with an accurate comprehensive model-by-model guide with details, specifications and pictures of every Bentley made. It starts with the notable rotary aero engine of World War I and describes all the collectors’ classics, including a fully-illustrated chronology of the company and its racing since 1919.
Land Rover File: 65th Anniversary Edition is a must for any 4x4 enthusiast's bookshelf. A treasure trove of models, photos, diagrams, specifications and anecdotes, the book covers every Rover model since 1948. Evoque, Defender, Range Rover, Discovery, Freelander, and Range Rover Sport are all included to bring the book bang up to date.
Eric Dymock selects contemporary features, road tests and motoring columns along with quotations from his books in this anthology from half a century’s writing about cars. Here are sports cars with straight-cut gears and sports cars with automatic transmissions – sports cars with one carburetor choke per cylinder, and sports cars with fuel injection and turbochargers.
Eric Dymock selects contemporary features, road tests and motoring columns along with quotations from his books in this anthology from half a century’s writing about cars. Sure to delight collectors, this is archive material from the classic era of sports cars from a writer who drove the best from Vintage to modern.
30 Year Edition
What were cars like 30 years ago? Eric Dymock selects from his 1989 writing about cars and motoring topics, with colour pictures throughout. Features and motoring columns are reproduced as they appeared during those 12 months. Some have unpublished parts restored. Comments from the hindsight of 30 years is added for context, or where first thoughts may have turned out less than perfect.
A 75,000 word compilation of motoring columns, features on new developments, road tests and the topical reports published during 1990. Includes a selection of the 100 best cars on sale in Britain, detailed by class and price, recalls the best-sellers and also-rans of 22 years ago. Book reviews and comment on environmental issues are selected from published material and remain uncut and virtually untouched. A unique insight into motoring history.
A 66,000 word compilation of motoring columns, features on new developments, road tests and topical reports, this full-length anthology covers automotive events throughout 1991, the launch year for BMW 3-series, Bentley Continental R; Fiat Cinquecento; Honda Prelude; Mercedes-Benz S-Class; Vauxhall/Opel Astra; Porsche 968; Toyota Camry; Volvo 800; VW Golf Series III and many more.
This was launch year for cars from Volkswagen, General Motors, Mercedes-Benz, Nissan, BMW, Ford, and Rover. Others including Fiat, Jaguar, Renault, Volvo and Peugeot-Citroën are described or assessed in a unique insight into motoring history. Eric Dymock reports from motor shows, comments on classic motor racing anniversaries, legislation, advances in technology and political subjects such as the European import quotas imposed on Japanese cars.