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Books available through Blurb

These motoring history books are available through the on demand digital printing website Blurb Books Australia.

The First Australian Holden
The story of the first prototype Holden motor car made in Australia. Holden is the Australian subsidiary of General Motors and this was the first car produced when these set up a production plant to make special cars in Australia for Australian conditions. Holden is now a much-loved brand by many Australians. its individualism has helped it survive the troubles of the parent company.
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Allard HXC 578 The White Challenger

The Story of the Allard J1 raced by Jim Appleton and recently restored to Pebble Beach quality.

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Old Contemptible

The The Story of the First Armoured Rolls-Royce from the Great War written with the assistance of Charles Howard who restored the car.

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Top of the Class MGK3003

A Preview Book of the MG Magnette K3 JB1475 K3003 driven by Captain George Eyston and Count Giovanni Lurani in the 1933 Mille Miglia, and later by Tazio Nuvolari.

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Captain George Eyston's 1934 MG NE Magnette

The illustrated story of Captain George Eyston's MG NE Magnette JB4748 and the RAC (Ulster) Tourist Trophy and its subsequent history in Australia.

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Tarf II. World Land Speed Record Breaker

This is the story of Tarf II, a unique Italian car which set world land speed records in the two-litre class, piloted by the legendary Piero Taruffi.

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Saving Caversham

A document produced to help the public campaign to save the historic Caversham aerodrome in the Swan Valley. It was the venue for post-war motoring racing in Western Australia for many years, operated by the WA Sporting Car Club (WASCC). Mr Cocks' most recent book is Red Dust Racers, the history of the Lake Perkolilli race track and the emergence of motor sport in Western Australia.

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