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A Technical History of the Motorcar

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T P Newcomb, Reader, Department of Transport Technology, Loughborough University of Technology, & R T Spurr formerly Principal Research Officer, Ferado Ltd.

Adam Hilger, 1989. Hardback; 170 x 240 mm; light grey boards with gold titles on the spine; x & 430 pages.

The book is in very good condition. The binding is sound and tight. The pages are generally clean with no discoloration to the edges. There is an almost imperceptible finger mark on the edge of the front free endpaper. There is a single small area of staining at the base of the free and paste-down rear endpapers where they meet at the spine, recto and verso on the free endpaper. There is very slight bumping to the edges of the dust jacket. . Original unclipped dust jacket. Illustrated throughout with technical drawings on all aspects of the development of the motor car.

Item details

Author(s):
Newcomb & Spurr
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
170 x 240 mm
Edition:
1989
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0852740743
Number of pages:
430
Publisher:
Adam Hilger
Title:
A Technical History of the Motorcar

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T P Newcomb, Reader, Department of Transport Technology, Loughborough University of Technology, & R T Spurr formerly Principal Research Officer, Ferado Ltd.

Adam Hilger, 1989. Hardback; 170 x 240 mm; light grey boards with gold titles on the spine; x & 430 pages.

The book is in very good condition. The binding is sound and tight. The pages are generally clean with no discoloration to the edges. There is an almost imperceptible finger mark on the edge of the front free endpaper. There is a single small area of staining at the base of the free and paste-down rear endpapers where they meet at the spine, recto and verso on the free endpaper. There is very slight bumping to the edges of the dust jacket. . Original unclipped dust jacket. Illustrated throughout with technical drawings on all aspects of the development of the motor car.

Author(s):
Newcomb & Spurr
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
170 x 240 mm
Edition:
1989
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0852740743
Number of pages:
430
Publisher:
Adam Hilger
Title:
A Technical History of the Motorcar

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