The Encyclopedia of Sportscars

The Encyclopedia of Sportscars

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Briefly describes the history of world sports car manufacturers, from Alfa Romeo and Aston Martin to Triumph and Vauxhall, and shows some of their more popular modelsGM, seeking to keep costs in order, realized that this would save much, compared with the cost of producing steel dies, and it ... manual transmission, and a fuel-injection option on an engine enlarged to 283 cubic inches (4.6-liter), with 283hp!

Title:The Encyclopedia of Sportscars
Author: Richard Nicholls
Publisher: - 1986-05-01

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