The story of Toyota's mid-engine sports cars begins with the SV-3, which was introduced at the 1983 Tokyo Show, and export models followed in 1985. By the close of 1999, 300,000 mid-engine Toyotas had been built; production continues to this day. In this comprehensive volume, all MR2 models are covered from introduction to 2001. Year-by-year coverage details the production models of U.S., Japanese, and European models in great detail, including concept cars and rare prototypes. Motorsport exploits and advertising literature is also included. Produced with the complete cooperation of Toyota.
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Born in Coventry, once the heart of the British motor industry, Brian Long is a professional writer with a passion for vintage and sporting machinery. A trained mechanical engineer and Porsche 911 owner, he has had strong links with the Porsche company for over a decade. He has over 50 books published, including many works on the Porsche marque.Review:
It contains a wealth of information illustrated by many colour photographs and concludes with valuable tables about the technical data (including those of the US or Japanese market!) And production figures. Another plus is the useful index at the back. Oldtimer Magazine/ Dreamcar Magazine If I were the owner, or indeed just looking to buy a Toyota MR2 then this 200-page, soft-bound book by Brian Long would provide me with all I needed to know, by way of much well-researched information. RETRO SPEED This book does the MR2 credit. Classic driver (monthly); With full support from Toyota, this book contains all the important information- history, motorsport, special models, technology, purchase advice, etc.- in an appealing form.- Austro Classic.
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Descripción Veloce Publishing, 2002. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería P111903706165
Descripción Veloce Publishing, 2002. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. book. Nº de ref. de la librería M1903706165