Very Good in Very Good jacket. 472 pages. Hardback with dust jacket. Illustrated. This book provides a unique insight into how some of the most admired Jaguar designs were created including the XK, E-Type and XJ. As well as detailing many projects that didn't make it off the drawing board or out of the prototype shop. Minor edge wear Some scratching to front cover of d/j and small hole to front of d/j also.
Very Good/Very Good. 224 Pages 184425030X This book explores the engineering history of Jaguar, the shrewd (and sometimes downright lucky) moves which led to classics like the six-cylinder XK engine, the XK120 and E-type sports cars, and the XJ saloon series. It looks at the way these products were created, and at many others which fell by the wayside, such as the V8 engine which might at one time have been spun-off from the V12, and the ill-fated XJ41 sports coupe of the 1980s which might have emerged as the F-type-but didn't.
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