MG by McComb

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Motorbooks International, 2004 - Transportation - 376 pages
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MG sports cars are regarded always with affection by those who drive them, and with respect by those who know anything about automotive history. Author F. Wilson McComb was, for more than a decade, part of the team who built the marvellous postwar MGs which won the company's reputation for building stylish models that promised, and delivered, "Safety Fast"; subsequently it took the author more than ten years to write this definitive history... universally admired as the best that has been written on MG. Jonathan Wood brings the story up-to-date, analyzing the resurgence of the marque as part of the Rover Group.

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About the author (2004)

The author of some thirty-five books on the motoring of yesteryear, Jonathan Wood has made a particular study of the histories of Britain's multifarious car makers. He has received the Guild of Motoring Writers' Montagu Trophy and the Society of Automotive Historians' Cugnot Award.

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