The Essential Buyer's Guide: All First Generation (E53) Models 1999 to 2006
Author: Tim Saunders
Publisher: Veloce Publishing Ltd
Category: Business & Economics
Having this book in your pocket is just like having a real marque expert at your side. Benefit from Tim Saunders' years of ownership experience, learn how to spot a bad X5 quickly and how to assess a promising X5 like a professional. Get the right car at the right price!
Award-winning motoring historian Jonathan Wood examines the complete history of this fabulous car and looks behind the scenes at Jaguar's famous Browns Land factory and the team responsible for making the E-type a world class sports car. Wood charts the design and development of the E-type in six and twelve cylinder forms, plus its career on racetracks of the world. Contains a wealth of technical specs and comparisons, plus practical information on buying and maintenance.
DieCast X covers the entire spectrum of automotive diecast from customizing to collecting. it takes an insider's look at the history behind popular diecast cars and trucks, as well as how each model has helped shape the automotive industry and motor sports
The Jaguar XJ220 supercar – Jim Randle's 1988 UK Motor Show dream concept with the sensuous shape. Developed and produced from 1989 to 1994 by JaguarSport – the Jaguar/TWR joint venture – as a limited edition 350 car run, it sold in one day for about $415,000with a non-returnable deposit of $80,000, attracting celebrities, speculators and the mega wealthy. Mike Moreton, ace director of impossible projects, who was headhunted for the XJ220 by Tom Walkinshaw, relives the inside story of this fantastic hi-tech car.
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