Lotus 19 – A History

by Kevin Whittle. 2017 review by Peter McFadyen This is a new companion volume to the Lotus 35 history...

Brian Redman – Daring Drivers, Deadly Tracks

by Brian Redman with Jim Mullen.  Foreword by Mario Andretti.  Published by Evro Publishing 2016 review by Peter McFadyen...

Aspects of Motoring History # 13

Published July 2017. 108 pages, colour cover, over 60 black & white illustrations and charts, softbound, and 8 pages of full colour. Contents: Obituary:...

Aspects of Motoring History #12

Published July 2016. 113 pages, colour cover, over 70 black & white illustrations and charts, softbound, and 5 pages of full colour. Contents: The...

Rétromobile, Paris – 3-7 February 2016

Once again, Rétromobile exuded an air of quality that other shows cannot match, with cars, trucks and buses from all eras, from the dawn of motoring to today, from the finest luxury and thoroughbred cars at eye-watering prices to the tiny, friendly stands manned by enthusiasts who are always ready to talk about their particular automotive passions.  And with a wonderful selection of model cars, motoring art, posters, books, magazines and brochures for every taste and every pocket.

This year, the featured designer was Philippe Charbonneaux.  Watch out for his amazing “Super-Car Pathé-Marconi” in our full report in the next issue of the SAHB Times, which goes to press on 1st March and will appear soon after.


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