The Range Rover - The First Generation traces the full story of the original Range Rover, from the first design studies to the end of production. Special variants for commercial and emergency service use are covered, and there is a wealth of information about the individualized custom-built models, which played their own very important part in the vehicle's evolution.The book also examines the Range Rover as a competition machine and discusses its dual roles as on-road limousine and off-road mud-plugger, providing guidelines for efficient driving. To conclude, there is sound advice for anyone tempted to buy one of these classic vehicles. Fully revised and updated, with full specifications for each model and a wealth of photographs, this is the complete and definitive story of these classic vehicles. "The definitive book on the Range Rover \133.. good value, good pictures, good research" Classic Cars
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James Taylor is a well-known writer in various automotive fields, and Rolls-Royce and Bentley cars - particularly those covered in this book - are a special interest. 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 the Land-Rover Series I 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.
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Book Description Crowood, 2003. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P111861265549