To anyone who is not a keen motoring enthusiast a book about finding often-decaying cars in very unlikely places would be a real turn-off. But to many who profess an enthusiasm for veteran, vintage of classic vehicles the reverse is the case. Every one of them has the secret hope that one day he or she will open that derelict barn or shed and find a very desirable Aston Martin, Jaguar or Rolls-Royce, perhaps even a veteran De Dion Bouton or a Panhard Levassor. In truth if they do have the luck to find a car in such circumstances it's much more likely to be an Austin 7 or Morris Minor!
|Publisher:||Haynes Publications, Inc.|
|Product dimensions:||8.30(w) x 10.70(h) x 0.70(d)|
About the Author
Michael Ware, now retired, was curator of the National Motor Museum from 1966 to 2001. In his capacity as a columnist for Classic Cars (1983-2000) and Classic & Sports Car (2000 onwards) he has documented around 3,000 car discoveries.