Rule Britannia - When British Sports Cars Saved A Nation
Hot off the press, a beautiful book on British sports cars. From the cover:
[This book] celebrates the role that these iconic automobiles played in helping to resurrect a British economy that was at the brink of financial ruin following the end of the Second World War. Displaying the spirit and resolve of the hearty island nation, the British motor indisutry shipped its products overseas to earn hard currency to pay off the country's war debt and started an automotive revolution in the process as these humble, yet exciting cars captivated the imagination of enthusiasts around the world.
by John Nikas
Introductions by Lord March and Alain de Cadenet
Insights by Robert Cumberford, Timothy Whisler and Graham Robson
Photographs by Michael Furman
Apart from Aston Martin, the book contains chapters on Austin-Healey, Morgan, Jaguar, Triumph, MG and AC.
Hardback, 300 pages.
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