The Reliant Motor Company

by Elvis Payne The Reliant Motor Company, established in 1935 and destined to outlast almost every one of its competitors at the time by staying in business for 66 years, is nevertheless perhaps the most underrated car manufacturer in the world. As a...

27,95 € *

Three-Wheelers A-Z #2# The definitive encyclopaedia of three-wheeled vehicles from 1940 to date

by Chris Rees This essential A-Z reference book profiles every single three-wheeled vehicle - no fewer than 1,122 different types - with over 1,600 illustrations, many of them never seen before in print. The fascinating story of a hugely diverse branch of the...

36,95 € *

Reliant Scimitar (2.5 3.0 GT GTE) 1968-1979 #2# Owners Workshop Manual

This is a comprehensive manual for the do-it-yourself enthusiast that covers engine, fuel & cooling system, ignition, manual and automatic transmission, clutch, suspension, hubs and axles, Steering gear, brakes, electrics, bodywork & servicing....

32,95 € *

The A-Z of Three-Wheelers #2# A definitive reference guide

by Elvis Payne Love them or loathe them the 3-wheeler, Cycle-car or even Tri-car, has had an important impact in the development of the present day motor car. From the beginnings of the Industrial Revolution to the Concept cars of the future, these vehicles...

34,95 € *

British Vans & Pick Ups 1945-1965 #2# including Camper Vans

by Rinsey Mills At the beginning of our period, directly after the Second World War, most light commercials were derived from passenger cars, usually small and of very limited carrying capacity. Typical of these was the Morris Eight van, which would struggle...

49,95 € *

A-Z British Cars #2# 1945-1980

by Graham Robson As Britain emerged from war in 1945, the pent-up demand for new cars, which had not been produced for more than five years, represented not only a major challenge but also an unrepeatable opportunity for the British motor industry. Yet by...

44,95 € *

   
 

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