Armstrong-Siddeley Motors: The Cars, the Company and the People in Definitive Detail

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Veloce Publishing, Sep 14, 2005 - Transportation - 496 pages
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If ever there was a car that exuded British style it was the Armstrong Siddeley. From the vast leviathans of the 1920s to the Art Deco inspired cars of the thirties to the restrained post-modernism of the 1950s. Somehow, for all these design influences Armstrong Siddeleys came out looking good, and very British indeed. A complete, graphically illustrated history from a unique socio-economic perspective this book brings the Siddeley marque to life. Extensively illustrated throughout with over 460 photographs this book is a fascinating piece of literature for automotive and historical enthusiasts alike.

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Bill Smith began his cooking career at Chapel Hill's La Residence. He has served as chef at Crook's Corner for more than a decade.

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