Mike Hawke produced this history from his meticulous records. A fitting tribute to a lifetime of J2 motoring
“MG Sports Cars 1929-1936″ OHC Midgets, Magnas, and Magnettes. Design, development and styling. The new book from Malcolm Green and a definitive round up of all the models.
The M.G.police cars and those that drove them by Andrea Green. Lots of Triple M content.2nd edition, soft covers.
2nd edition, the story of all the competitive MGs from the 20s to the 60s. Mike Allison & Peter Browning, signed copy.
Subtitled ” The Cars, The Drivers, The Mystery” this impressive 464 page book by Graeme Cocks tells the story of MG in 1933, why the MG K3 was such a remarkable car, and how these great cars performed particularly the Mille Miglia and Ulster TT winning car. The story follows how this car was almost lost but for its rediscovery many years later.
Owing to its size and postage costs the Register Library regrets that this book is only available for postage in the UK and Europe. It is published in Australia from where it has been imported.
Edited by Karl Wiessmann and published in Germany this softback book is 244 pages of facts and figures.
Building on previous research by Mike Hawke and many others (and dedicated to Mike) this book covers the M12/12,”C”,”J3″,”J4″,”QA”,”RA”