Author: Barré Lyndon
Date of Publication: 1933

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First edition 1933. This book follows the development and early racing history of Cecil Kimber and his cars and includes 25 black and white illustrations and photographs, seven circuit plans and an Interlude and Epilogue by Earl Howe. The First of Lyndon’s Famous Three Books (The others being Circuit Dust & Grand Prix) on Motor Racing & MG in particular. 333 pages with many fine photos & circuit plans. It covers seasons 1930/1/2 and is an essential work for the serious MG lover.

Hardback in good condition. Minor foxing to page edges. Interesting read.

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Weight 0.6 kg
Dimensions 23 × 15 × 5 cm