Whether you're a vintage car spotter or an armchair petrol head, 1001 Cars To Dream Of Driving Before You Die brings you the world's best cars - Corvettes from the United States, MGs from the UK, Mazdas from Japan and Holdens from Australia. One of the f... read more
This book provides capsule overviews and fun facts about the greatest, oddest, most beautiful, and most ill-considered sports cars of all time. How many have you driven, dreamed about, or shuddered at the thought of?
It's cold, wet and dangerous, so why do we do it? Richard Hammond's A SHORT HISTORY OF THE MOTORCYCLE attempts to explain what it is about bikes and biking that calls to some people, leaving them powerless to resist. It is for bikers, who will value the reassura... read more
Signing on at Greymouth's Elmer Lane depot in 1962, a young Ian Tibbles very quickly learnt the mysteries of "the dark shed". Graduating from labourer to cleaner and then fireman, his apprenticeship takes us on a journey about the West Coast in the 1960's, the golden age of steam. Starting on the whar... read more
This fully illustrated guide offers readers more than 40 of the very best preserved and privately owned railways all over the country, including their history and rolling stock. Readers will also find additional entries for the best-preserved stations, railway museums, and plenty of ideas for walks and cycle rides.
The best hot rods are art on four wheels, and this book, a collection of studio photography of the cars produced by the world's top hotrod builders, is nothing less than a gallery of the best of American hot rodding. Profiling top builders like Pete Chaponris, Roy Brizio, Vern Ta... read more
'Aviation' chronicles the first years of man-powered flight in photographs, from the end of the last century to the era of the great zeppelins."
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"Bathurst is a richly photographed account of the most heart-stopping wins, worst tragedies and biggest disputes in the remarkable history of Australian motor racing's holy grail. Renowned racing journalist Gordon Lomas captures it all u fro... read more
Nobody built sports cars like British manufacturers in the 1950s and 1960s. There was something very special about the combination of low-slung open two-seater bodywork with a spartan interior, a slick sporting gearchange and a rorty exhaust note. This was wind-in-the-hair motoring, and it was afforda... read more