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Warehouse find, 2012. By Frederic A. Sharf, Sheldon Steele, and Anne Vallely. Postwar progress through determination, innovation and exploration. The war in Europe ended in 1945. It took the British auto industry more than three years to prepare and to manufacture new models. Here are the trials and tribulations of that period, with wonderful vintage pictures of the cars themselves, cutaways of the car designs and details, period ads…all in full color. Larz Anderson Auto Museum, 2012. Condition: May have slightly bumped corner.

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Postwar progress through determination, innovation and exploration. The war in Europe ended in 1945. It took the British auto industry more than three years to prepare and to manufacture new models. Here are the trials and tribulations of that period, with wonderful vintage pictures of the cars themselves, cutaways of the car designs and details, period ads…all in full color.

A celebration of America’s enduring love affair with British automobiles. From the year-long exhibit at the Larz Anderson Auto Museum, May 2012-May 2013. The back of the dust jacket features a technical drawing of the Humber Hawk Interior, 1945.

Slightly bumped corner.

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