Alvis Speed Models In Detail

Speed 20, Speed 25, 3.5 Litre and 4.3 Litre

Alvis Speed Models In Detail
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Format: Hardback, 160 Pages
ISBN: 9780954106300
Series: In Detail
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The Alvis Speed Models of the 1930s were and still are among the most desirable high-performance cars of their decade. This is the first book ever on the Speed Models. Its in-depth examination of these wonderful cars provides an unrivalled store of knowledge for the many owners and enthusiasts who care passionately about them, and serves as a tribute to the men who made them.

The author

Nick Walker studied engineering at Cambridge, but then pursued a career in business management and marketing. He is Honorary Librarian of the Vintage Sports-Car Club, Honorary Archivist of SAE-UK (formerly IBCAM), and a member of the Society of Automotive Historians. His special allegiance is to the Alvis marque, and he has owned examples bodied by both Vanden Plas and Cross & Ellis as well as serving as Chairman of the Alvis Owner Club. Now retired, he has in recent years written a number of books and articles on automotive history.

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Format: Hardback, 160 Pages
ISBN: 9780954106300
Illustrations: B&W Ill: 150 - Color Ill: 70
Size: 8.25 in x 10.5 in x 0.75 in / 209.55 mm x 266.7 mm x 19.05 mm
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