Very Good. No DJ. Octavo, paperback, blue and gray pictorial wraps; 160 pages, black-and-white illustrations. Ballantine Illustrated History of the Car series. Introduction by Lord Montagu of Beaullen. Sit in the driver's seat and you can appreciate the good things in life, what Gray calls the "pomp of power". Twiddle a little joystick and the seat adjusts itself to chosen settings for leg room, seat height and rake, slowly and to the hum of electrics. Behind is a huge boot with a vast flat floor beneath which lurks the 24 gallon petrol tank that restores the possibility of serious motoring.
Very Good. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. 160 pages. Square tight copy with light wear on covers from rubbing. "49" written in pencil on first inside page. Ballantine's Illustrated History of the car, marque book no. 7.
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