For more than a century cars fast and slow, flashy and frumpy, has been an obsession around the world.Car Magazine in the 1960s and 1970s was the British bible for petrol heads and speed freaks: packed with fast, shiny cars speeding along noble country roads, lots of diagrams, bikini-clad chicks buffing up the paintwork, and classic journalism, such as Stirling Moss' Grand Prixview of 1965. The Best of Car: The 60s and 70s is a cracking piece of automotive nostalgia, harking back to the days when cars were solid, beloved, chrome-bejewelled works of art that often won more care and attention than the lady indoors. It's time to don the sheepskin car coat and head out for a run down memory lane.take part in all the European events of world championship status driven by Ginther and Bucknum, with motorcycle champion Jim ... Art Trading with it, young Honda was one of the three people who stayed on rebuilding cars which had been damaged in the fire. ... Then in 1961 Honda machines swept to victory in two of the four world championships, dominating the 125cc and 250cc classes and ... 3aamp; GRAND PRIXVIEWa#39;65 Honest Stirling Mossa#39;s guide to the British GP Car June 1965 9.
|Title||:||The Best of Car|
|Publisher||:||Anova Books - 2007|