British Sports Cars in America 1946-1981
British Sports Cars In America 1946-1981 Jonathan A. Stein The intriguing tale of the meteoric rise and fall of British marques in America following WWII. Marques the likes of Triumph, MG, and Austin Healey, as well as the lesser known Ginetta, Elva and Berkeley are thoroughly explored. Filled with beautiful and rare color photographs.
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INTRODUCTION CHAPTER SEVEN
CHAPTER TWO CHAPTER NINE
CHAPTER SIX CHAPTER THIRTEEN
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