Celebration of British Motoring History


An excellent book & DVD special package celebrating Britain's great motoring heritage, including Land Rover

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A Celebration of British Motoring History


Approximately 105 minutes

A brand new DVD which celebrates the history of a range of British cars, including Land Rover, and is packed with British motoring history from the beginning of the 20th Century to modern times. It includes outstanding footage of many great British cars being built, tested, driven on the road and raced on the track. It also includes excellent contemporary footage showing how many of Britain’s longest established companies such as Bentley, Rolls-Royce, Aston Martin, Jaguar, Land Rover, Vauxhall, Mini and Morgan are now putting increases resources into promoting their own individual histories. There’s also film of Britain’s best classic car events, a recent London to Brighton Veteran Car Run and a view of some of the great cars at Britain’s leading motoring museums. This is an absolute must for all serious British car enthusiasts and historians.

A Celebration of Britain's Golden Motoring Age


64 page book (A5 size)

A highly informative booklet chronicling the development of the British motoring industry from 1900 to 1970. It features more than 120 rare and revealing photographs from the dawn of the motor car in Britain until the peak of Britain's golden motoring age when the e-type Jaguar, Mini and Ford Escort and Cortina cars were all the rage. All the photographs are accompanied by detailed captions which together show how motoring and motor racing became such an important part of British life and society during the 20th Century. From the golden days of Brooklands, to the car in war time, to increased production in the post-war era to British F1 achievements in the 1960s, this high-quality publication will provide great enjoyment to anyone interested in British motoring history.

British motoring history book and DVD together (Special Price)

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