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Sporting Peugeot 205s

Author : Dave Thornton
ISBN : 1899870199
Genre : Transportation
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The Peugeot 205 formed the basis of one of the great standard-setting hot hatches in the 1980s. Thornton describes each model in great detail and identifies year-by-year changes, as well as providing valuable information for inspecting and accurately assessing the cars condition and value prior to purchase. Comprehensive appendices cover technical specs, production numbers and performance figures.

Peugeot 205 Gti

Author : Jon Blackburn
ISBN : 9781845842833
Genre : Transportation
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The Essential Buyer's Guide carefully describes the 205 GTI models that enthusiasts love to drive and own, from the pioneering 1.6 GTi, through various developments to the 1.9 GTI. The CTI cabriolet is also covered. When you consider a potential purchase armed with this book, it's just like have a Peugeot 205 expert by your side. Buy the right car at the right price.

The Estate We Re In

Author : Nicola Baird
ISBN : 9781780225197
Genre : Political Science
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An overview of car culture, addressing questions such as: what is Carhenge? Is the A13 Britain's Route 66? And why are we addicted to fast cars? Whether you are passionate about classic cars, suffer from road rage, know a boy racer or protested against the Newbury bypass, this book is for you. Focusing on the driving forces behind car culture - freedom, speed and the political clout of the motor lobby - it asks the million dollar question: if driving is so much fun, why do we hate every other driver on the road?

Country Life

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ISBN : UVA:X001788588
Genre : Country life
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Peugeot 205

Author : Adam Sloman
ISBN : 9781847978684
Genre : Transportation
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A definitive guide to the Peugeot 205, the unassuming car that saved Peugeot in the 1980s and went on to become a rally-winning legend. With technical specification details and a full production history from 1983-1999, Peugeot 205 - The Complete Story is an ideal resource for enthusiasts of the car that is now considered an automotive classic. With some previously unseen photographs, the book covers the M24 project - the genesis of the 205; the legendary 1.6 and 1.9 GTI models and the popular CTI convertibles and other special editions. Advice is given on buying, maintaining and modifying 205s today and finally, there is an exclusive interview with rallying legend Ari Vatanen. The Peugeot 205 is well on the way to becoming an established part of the classic car scene, and here is the complete history covering the design, development and launch and including the legendary 106 and 1.9 GTI. Superbly illustrated with 270 previously unseen colour photographs.

The Motor

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ISBN : UOM:39015023318465
Genre : Transportation
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Car

Author : Gregory Votolato
ISBN : 9781780234595
Genre : Design
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Whether you drool over their horsepower or decry their emissions, the car is an important and ubiquitous part of nearly all of our lives. And the history of their design and the innovations of their technologies can tell us a lot about how our values and attitudes have changed. In this book, Gregory Votolato shows us how and why the automobile has become—since its rise in the late nineteenth century—at once an object of unparalleled popular desire and a hugely problematic emblem of the modern world. Votolato explores the ways that our love-hate relationship with the car has been intimately connected with car design. He tells the story of the rise of the private passenger car and all the psychological, social, and economic functions it has come to serve beyond mere transportation. Introducing readers to the automotive design process, he traces the lifecycle of the car from the drawing board to the scrapyard, offering insights from key figures in the industry, as well as a careful evaluation of the car’s enormous environmental impact. At the same time, he looks at the many cultures tied into the automobile, from drag racing and customizing to the luxury coachcraft of the classic era. Along the way, he takes us for a ride in some of the most famous cars ever to have had their tires inflated, from the Model T to the Tesla. The result is a top-down, thrilling burn through the history of one of our most beloved—and lamented—inventions.

Autocar

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ISBN : UOM:39015058906523
Genre : Automobiles
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Autocar Motor

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ISBN : UOM:39015023852323
Genre : Automobiles
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Whitaker S Books In Print

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ISBN : UOM:39015043806101
Genre : Bibliography, National
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