Collector S Originality Guide Jaguar E Type

Author: Philip Porter
Publisher: Motorbooks
ISBN: 9780760335604
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Collector's Originality Guide: Jaguar E-Type is the definitive resource for all E-Type collectors. Noted Jaguar aficionado Philip Porter draws on factory records, parts books, catalogs, and service bulletins--as well as the British Jaguar collector community--to compile all the information needed to determine what constitutes an authentic Jaguar E-Type. More than 160 color photos show every inch of twelve carefully selected Jaguar examples--all of which are in either remarkably original condition or restored with fastidious attention to detail. From early 3.8-liter roadster to late 5.3-liter V-12 roadster, the permutations of E-Type specification and body style are covered in superb detail.

Jaguar E Type

Author: Anders Ditlev Clausager
Publisher: Herridge & Sons Limited
ISBN: 9781906133368
Size: 77.46 MB
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This book covers production versions of Jaguar's legendary E-type, from the 3.8 of 1961 to the last of the V12s of 1975. Model-by-model, with hundreds of pictures, it gives you all the details of correct factory specifications and equipment, including body panels, external trim and badging, paint colors, interior trim and trim colors, dashboard, instruments and switches, under-hood components, engine and transmission, lamps, and all other features right down to the tool kit, from the beginning of production to the end. All this detailed information is vital to the buyer, owner and restorer. Each model's section opens with a brief text introduction followed by specially commissioned color photographs with extended captions. For quick reference to accurate and comprehensive information, this formula is hard to beat.

Jaguar E Type Six Cylinder Originality Guide

Author: THOMAS F.. MUELLER HADDOCK (MICHAEL C.)
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781854432841
Size: 26.29 MB
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This book on Jaguar E-type originality is based on research spanning almost five decades, and Drs. Haddock and Mueller include extensive new information an exhaustive four-year examination of the Mueller collection of over fifty E-types. As such, the book is archaeological in nature, based more on observations of cars than on factory publications or other literature. The examination of principally un-restored cars, many partly or completely disassembled and still retaining their original configuration, permitted discovery of much detailed information not reported before. The large volume of data used in the compilation of this work permitted statistical analysis of production changes that would be impossible with a smaller data-set. It significantly advances the understanding of the original configuration of these remarkable cars.

Diecast Toy Cars Of The 1950s 1960s

Author: Andrew Ralston
Publisher: Veloce Publishing Ltd
ISBN: 1845841808
Size: 19.71 MB
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A guide for collectors discusses the history of die-cast toy cars of the 1950s and 1960s and surveys the companies that manufactured the toys around the world, including such major names as Dinky Toys, Corgi Toys, Solido, Tekno, and Tootsietoy.

To The Limits Of The Imagination

Author: Dimitris Vagenas
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781973927525
Size: 67.42 MB
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