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by Graham Robson

Free eBook Ford Capri (Crowood Autoclassics) download ISBN: 1861269781
Author: Graham Robson
Publisher: Crowood; New edition edition (May 15, 2008)
Language: English
Pages: 192
Category: Engineering & Transportation
Subcategory: Automotive
Size MP3: 1656 mb
Size FLAC: 1206 mb
Rating: 4.7
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Ford Capri (Crowood Autoclassics) Hardcover – May 15, 2008. by Graham Robson (Author). This a a good book concerning the history of the European Ford or Mercury Capri. Covers the Capri from its introduction in 1969 to the Capri II and Capri III hatchbacks produced until 1986.

Ford Capri (Crowood Autoclassics) Hardcover – May 15, 2008. Graham Robson is considered to be a renowned British auto writer and does a nice job like always on this one. This volume is much more concentrated with the British variations than their German counterparts but also has info on the US models as well.

Not only has Graham competed in many British and European events, he's also reported on marathons in South America, and acted as a traveling controller in the legendary London-Mexico World Cup Rally

Graham Robson possesses a worldwide reputation as a motoring historian, and has been close to the sport of rallying for many . Mr. Robson clearly knows his subject matter, but I found the book wordy and unclear in places. The photos, however, are worth the price of admission.

Not only has Graham competed in many British and European events, he's also reported on marathons in South America, and acted as a traveling controller in the legendary London-Mexico World Cup Rally.

Graham Robson does it again with this well illustrated history of the T-series MG's. He provides interesting insight into the development of the line- a very good read. 2 people found this helpful.

The Ford Capri is a fastback coupé built by Ford Motor Company between 1968 and 1986, designed by American Philip T. Clark, who was also involved in the design of the Ford Mustang. It used the mechanical components from the Mk2 Ford Cortina and was intended as the European equivalent of the Ford Mustang. The Capri went on to be a highly successful car for Ford, selling nearly . million units in its lifetime.

Graham Robson has had a long career in the motor industry

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Graham Robson possesses a worldwide reputation as a motoring historian, and has been close to the sport of rallying for many years, as a competitor, team manager, organizer . Graham Robson lives and works in England.

Graham Robson's affectionate narrative covers the complete history of these versatile machines - not only in the showrooms and in the marketplace, but on the race tracks where so many successes were gained.

Graham Robson is one of the most experienced, prolific and versatile motoring historians in the world, and is recognized as one of the authorities on anything concerning Ford in motorsport

Graham Robson is one of the most experienced, prolific and versatile motoring historians in the world, and is recognized as one of the authorities on anything concerning Ford in motorsport. This item: Ford Consul, Zephyr and Zodiac (Crowood Autoclassics).

Cosworth and Ford: The Road Cars By Graham Robson. Publisher: The Crowood Press, 2006.

This book tells the story of a successful, ground-breaking, range of sporting Ford cars.  From 1969, when the 'Car You Always Promised Yourself' was introduced, and for nearly twenty years after that, the Capri range set new engineering, styling and marketing standards.  In that period, nearly two million Capris were sold, and Ford's rivals struggled to match it. Graham Robson's affectionate narrative covers the complete history of these versatile machines - not only in the showrooms and in the marketplace, but on the race tracks where so many successes were gained.