James Taylor con Original Land Rover Series 1: The Restorer's Guide to Civil & Military Models 1948-58
Early Land Rovers are now cult collectables amongst classic car, military transport, four-wheel drive and farm vehicle enthusiasts: thousands of restorations are under way, each of which needs a definitive illustrated guide to authentic originality and specification. In this, the 20th volume in the acclaimed "Original" series, renowned Land Rover historian James Taylor tackles the bewildering range of variants and permutations of the Series One Land Rover, and the frequently tricky issue of original factory specification and equipment.
James Taylor is a well-known writer in various automotive fields, and Land-Rovers are a special interest. He has been the editor of Land Rover Enthusiast magazine since its inception. Highly respected for the meticulous research he brings to his work, he has written over 40 books, including other titles in the Original series on Rolls-Royce & Bentley and Triumph Stag. Some of his books have appeared in foreign languages, and his own linguistic ability has seen him translate other books from German and French. He lives in rural Oxfordshire, England.