Austin-Healey

By: Graham Robson

Catalogue Number: 3B6-46QW

Austin-Healey

  • Format: Paperback
  • Publisher: Shire Publications Ltd
  • ISBN: 9780747807698
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Synopsis

Born in 1952, the Austin-Healey 100 soon took the UK and US markets by storm. A beautiful, brutish car, it was what many sporting motorists had been waiting for, and at a relatively affordable price. Following the 100, was the 3000 - a car as successful on the rally stage as it was loved on the open road, and the Sprite - which recreated the market for the cheap 'everyman's' sports car. Graham Robson, an authority on the British motor industry, presents a concise history of Austin-Healey, and the marque's success on road and track. Illustrated throughout, it is an ideal introduction for all lovers of this quintessentially British sports car.

Author's Biography

Graham Robson has been a motoring writer for many years and has always been attracted to the study of motoring history. After training as an automotive design engineer, he ran the Triumph motor sport department in the 1960s before joining 'Autocar' magazine. He has now written more than a hundred books, including a history of the Austin-Healey 100 and 3000.

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