The Book Of The Week…

A weekly (hah!) feature, featuring my “favourite new book listed” of the week… weekly, on a week by week basis… as and when I remember to do it!
Available at a discount when purchased direct from my site and the mention of the WordPress name…
The Austin Seven Source Book

The Austin Seven Source Book

The Austin Seven Source Book — Bryan Purves

Illustrated with black and white photographs & line drawings.  From the cover:  “Austin Seven arch-enthusiast Bryan Purves, assisted by a veritable throng of fellow enthusiasts from the classic car movement, has researched over a decade the contents of this, the definitive, Austin Seven Source Book.  A mine of information on every known Austin Seven car manufactured at Longbridge or under licence overseas, this monumental work of reference chronicles the extraordinary production life (1922-1939) of this universally appealing small car.  Manufactured in a variety of forms from simple open tourer to saloon, van and sports car to fullblown racer, the little Seven left an indelible mark on the course of automotive history.  There has never before been so complete a work of reference about the Austin Seven and it is essential reading for the marque enthusiast and student of motoring history.”

Foulis, 1989, Hardback in Dust Wrapper, First Edition. 11″ x 8¾”

Good+ — in Good+ Dust Wrapper.  Gently bruised at the head of the spine and top corners with commensurate ruffling to the dust wrapper with a small nick to the top corner of the lower panel.  Slight stain to the foot, on the reverse, of the dust wrapper.  Text complete, clean and tight.  A pleasant copy of an uncommon title.

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