Celica & Supra: The Book of Toyota's Sports Coupés

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Veloce Publishing, Jun 30, 2007 - Transportation - 208 pages
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The Celica, as well as a much-loved road car, was the first Japanese model to claim the World Rally Championship crown. This book tells the full story of the seven Celica generations (from 1970 to date), and that of its close cousin - the Supra - with detailed coverage of all the road cars from the world's leading markets, and the story surrounding the many race and rally models based on the two vehicle lines. Written with the full co-operation of the factory in Japan (and various official sales organizations from around the globe), this truly is the definitive history of these sporting Toyotas. Written by an acclaimed motoring historian with full co-operation form the factory this is an extremely comprehensive reference containing well over 250 mainly color photographs. Contemporary advertising brochures and exhaustive appendices complete the package making this a vital addition to any enthusiast's library.

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Born in Coventry, once the heart of the British motor industry, Brian Long is a professional writer with a passion for vintage and sporting machinery. A trained mechanical engineer and Porsche 911 owner, he has had strong links with the Porsche company for over a decade. He has over 50 books published, including many works on the Porsche marque.

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