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A-Z of British Bus Bodies

A-Z of British Bus Bodies

TAYLOR, JAMES
A-Z of British Bus Bodies sets out to offer a first port of call for anyone with an interest in those who built bus and coach bodies in Britain and Ireland between 1919 and 1975. From charabanc to service bus, from luxury coach to municipal double-decker, the sheer variety of public service vehicle (PSV) bodies is astonishing. Contents include: ├▓Alphabetical listing of British bus body builders between 1919 - 1975 ├▓Covers the well-known larger...

$85.00




AEC Story - From The Regent To The Monarch

AEC Story - From The Regent To The Monarch

THACKRAY, BRIAN
From 1929 until 1979, a succession of buses and trucks trundled out of the AEC works in Southall, Middlesex. Th e company was responsible for the successful Routemaster double-decker buses, used by London Transport, as well as numerous other bus and lorry designs. In this volume Brian Th ackray examines in some detail the AEC's passenger and commercial vehicle designs of the early and middle 1930s. Th e spotlight also falls on the development of...

$60.00




AM General - Hummers Mutts Buses & Postal Jeeps

AM General - Hummers Mutts Buses & Postal Jeeps

FOSTER PATRICK R
While AM General is almost totally unknown, it makes some of the most recognizable vehicles in the world including the Hummer, Humvee, and postal Jeeps. During its relatively short life AM General has produced a wide range of commercial and military vehicles including postal service Jeeps and vans, military trucks from the 1/4- up to 5-ton models, military trailers, transit buses, motor home chassis, and more. Inside, widely respected author...

$65.00




Bedford Buses and Coaches

Bedford Buses and Coaches

FURNESS, NIGEL R. B.
Bedford Buses and Coaches provides a detailed review of the entire range of purpose-built Public Service Vehicle (PSV) bus and coach chassis that carried the Bedford name from 1931 until production ceased in 1986. Bedfords were once a familiar sight on the roads not only of the United Kingdom, but throughout the world. They were produced in such volume that the advertising slogan 'You see them everywhere' was quite legitimately adopted by...

$90.00




Bedfords galore!: NZR Road Services Bedford buses & coaches of the 1950s & 1960s

Bedfords galore!: NZR Road Services Bedford buses & coaches of the 1950s & 1960s

Millar, Sean & Jarka, Michael
NZR Road Services became the world's largest operator of Bedford buses during 50s and 60s. This publication lists the vehicles, and describes the many variants. A4 format, staple bound. Covers in colour inside and out, other pages in black and white. "Captures an era of New Zealand Railways Road Services that is fondly remembered." - The New Zealand Railway Observer.

$30.00




British Buses 1946-1975

British Buses 1946-1975

TAYLOR JAMES
By 1945, at the end of a long war, Britain was desperate for new buses and coaches. And, by the time the government permitted bus production again an almost insatiable demand had built up, and many companies new to making buses came into the business. In this book the manufacturers - large and small - are dealt with in A-Z order: AEC, Albion, Atkinson, Austin, Bedford, Bristol, Commer, Crossley, Daimler, Dennis, Dodge, Foden, Ford, Guy, Jensen,...

$75.00




Bus Builders Of Auckland - (Handling Fee and/or Freight charges may apply)

Bus Builders Of Auckland - (Handling Fee and/or Freight charges may apply)

MILLAR SEAN

$25.00




Bus We Loved Londons Affair with the Routemaster

Bus We Loved Londons Affair with the Routemaster

ELBOROUGH T %
In December 2005, London lost one its most famous symbols: the Routemaster bus - a bus designed and made in London, by Londoners for Londoners, which was to London what the gondola is to Venice. In terms of postcards, books, films, and cheap souvenirs, and in the eyes of the world, the Routemaster represented the city just as much as Big Ben. It was the last bus to be have conductors as well as drivers, the last bus to ring familiar shouts that...

$30.00




Bus We Loved Londons Affair With The Routemaster

Bus We Loved Londons Affair With The Routemaster

ELBOROUGH T
Slowly, month by month, route by route, London is losing one of its most famous symbols: the Routemaster bus - a bus designed and made in London, by Londoners for Londoners, which is to London what the gondola is to Venice. In terms of postcards, books, films, and cheap souvenirs, and in the eyes of the world, the Routemaster represents the city just as much as Big Ben. It was the last bus to be have conductors as well as drivers, the last bus...

$40.00




Buses and Coaches of Bristol and Eastern Coach Works

Buses and Coaches of Bristol and Eastern Coach Works

FURNESS, NIGEL
The Buses and Coaches of Bristol and Eastern Coach Works outlines the history of Bristol Commercial Vehicles and Eastern Coach Works (ECW), two manufacturers that together developed some of the most familiar buses and coaches of the twentieth century. The book covers the full production histories and specifications for the standard range of models produced from 1936 to 1983. The variety of engines used to power Bristol-ECW is outlined and a...

$70.00





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