They don't make 'bad' cars any more, right? Well, maybe not, but there have been some real clunkers in years gone by, and this is the first book to celebrate them in all their awful glory. In this new edition, Giles Chapman presents to you "The Worst Cars Ever Sold", containing hundreds of rare pictures of these unreliable, rusty, hideous-looking and just plain mad machines, and thousands of fascinating and entertaining facts about them - some will surprise you, others you'll be all too familiar with. This book will take you back in time to when the family jalopy never failed to let you down, or that banger you bought from the local paper revealed its true character the moment you drove it - behold the worst cars ever sold and enjoy!About the Author:
Giles Chapman has been a motoring journalist for 20 years, and has an extensive knowledge of all things automotive. He is a former Editor of Classic & Sports Car and Your Classic magazines and author of seven books, including TV Cars (Sutton, 2006). Currently he works as an award-winning writer for national newspapers and magazines, and is consulted widely on car culture, design and heritage. He lives at Sevenoaks in Kent.
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Descripción The History Press, 2006. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería DADAX0750947144
Descripción Sutton Publishing, 2007. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería P110750947144