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50 Greatest James Bond Cars by Ben Robinson (Editor)
50 legendary cars from 25 movies! Includes the cars from the newest No Time to Die movie starring Daniel Craig and Rami Malek. The vehicles featured in this book were driven by - or pursued - the world's most celebrated spy. Stylish, fast, and specially equipped with state-of-the art gadgets, each is re ...Show more
FERRARI Meet the Legend by MARCO. VILLA DE FABIANIS MANFERTO (SAVERIO.)
Not only motor fans know that Ferrari goes beyond a simple brand for luxury cars - it's a real way of living life, made of passion, history and speed. This comprehensive volume is a must-have for every motor lover as well as an emotional book which collects the soul of the Ferrari world. The men who mad ...Show more
Ferrari Formula 1 Car by Car - Every Race Car Since 1950 by Stuart Codling; James Mann (Contribution by)
Ferrari Formula 1 Car by Car is the complete guide to every Ferrari Formula 1 car that has competed since 1950.
Take an action-packed flight through the history of aircraft and the intrepid pioneers who made a dream become reality.Featuring more than 800 of the greatest commercial and military aircraft ever made, this visual celebration of aeroplanes and aviation traces the history of flight over the past century ...Show more
Cathedrals of Steam - How London's Great Stations Were Built - and How They Transformed the City by Christian Wolmar
'A wonderful tour, full of vivid incident and surprising detail.' Simon Bradley London hosts twelve major railway stations, more than any other city in the world. They range from the grand and palatial, such as King's Cross and Paddington, to the modest and lesser known, such as Fenchurch Street and Ca ...Show more
The Slow Train by Peter Ashley
- A nostalgic three-book series celebrating a slower, old-fashioned way of life- Vintage train memorabilia from across Britain- Dedicated to a cultural staple in British industrial history: the trainAs the world speeds up, as technology takes over, it is worth remembering how we used to live. This three ...Show more
Rolls-Royce Motor Cars - Making a Legend by Simon Van Booy; Harvey Briggs
Category: Transport | Series: G - Reference,Information and Interdisciplinary Subjects Ser.
- The most prestigious motor car in the world. The true definition of luxury- The exclusive first authorised tour of the new Rolls-Royce facility- A unique insight into Roll-Royce's manufacturing process- Compendium of historical Rolls-Royce pictures, many unseen- Perfect gift for the avid fan or collec ...Show more
The Complete Book of Classic MG Cars by Ross Alkureishi
The Complete Book of Classic MG Cars covers all the marques collectible production saloons and sports cars, from the original 14/28 sports car of 1924 to iconic postwar convertibles like the MGA and MGB, as well as latter-day takes on the classic MG formula, such as the RV8.
Rails Around the World: Two Centuries of Trains and Locomotives by Brian Solomon
Rails Around the World is a visually glorious history depicting trains and locomotives at work in scenic locations throughout North America, Europe, and Asia.
Jaguar - The Art of the Automobile by Zef Enault; Michaël Levivier
Created in collaboration with the iconic car manufacturer, Jaguar: The Art of the Automobile is a celebration of Jaguar's most legendary models. Known for elegant design as much as for pushing the limits of speed, the brand has always been at the cutting edge of mechanics without sacrificing aesthetics ...Show more
The Complete Book of Jaguar - Every Model Since 1935 by Nigel Thorley
In 1935, when a small company in Coventry, England, launched a sporting saloon (i.e., sedan) called the Jaguar SS, it set in motion an inexorable process that would lead to Britain's most beloved line of high-performance automobiles. The Complete Book of Jaguar covers the SS and all of the Jaguar's subs ...Show more