The complete illustrated history of Lola's Sports-Prototypes from 1963 to present and the CanAm cars from 1966 to 1974 - the T70, T160/2/3/5, the T220 series and the T260 and T310. Every single Sports-Prototype car is listed and described, all these Lolas have their own individual histories recorded - ownership details, race placings etc. - and there is a wealth of photos of cars either static or in race action. In all there are some 360 photos, including colour.
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Book Description Gryfon Publishers, USA, 2009. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. 1st Edition. The book provides a comprehensive and well illustrated history of Lola's great sports cars from 1963 to the present day. Every single Sports Prototype Lola is listed and described along with their individual histories. An essential reference work for the Lola enthusiast. This is a large, heavy book which may require additional postage. Inventory # M3234. Bookseller Inventory # 003848
Book Description Gryfon Publishers, USA, 2009. Hard Cover. Book Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. Third Edition Revised and Enlarged. When Eric Broadley first introduced his Lola Mk. VI GT Coupe in 1964, he started a revolution in Sportscar racing that swiftly led on to the T70, which developed into both a CanAm open version and a World Championship contending coupe version. From the T70, Broadley developed the T160 family of CanAm cars, following up with the T220/260 and finally the T310. After the T70 coupe -prototype, came the T600/610/616 and then the T710 Corvette GTP and the T810 Electramotive Nissan GTP cars. In 1989, Lola replaced March as the chosen designer/builder of their Group C contenders and designed the R89 and R90C, which so nearly won Le Mans. For the 3.5 ''Atmo'' formula, Lola introduced the T92/10 and (bringing the story right up-to-date) the B08/60 and B08/80.This is the definitive story. Size: 606 Pages. Bookseller Inventory # 014022