TVR: THE EARLY YEARS – by Peter Filby
Described in depth as never before, the story of TVR’s birth and great struggle to become established during the 1950s and early 1960s is not only extraordinary but also totally absorbing and entertaining. Indeed, it’s probably the most amazing specialist sports car story of them all.
Peter Filby, who wrote Success Against The Odds, the first ever book about the sports car from Blackpool, has spent no less than three years researching and writing his new book: TVR The Early Years. It is a remarkable effort, an outstanding combination of in-depth detail and factual yet entertaining style. In fact, it is the first time the fascinating history of the great marque has been written in such comprehensive fashion.
Many big personalities and eccentric characters were drawn into the TVR scenario, and the consequence was an almost relentless series of incidents and events. These generally developed into humorous anecdotes, liberal helpings of which Peter has included in his new book. No TVR history would be complete without its fair share of wicked humour!
Now voted Octane book of the month!
256 pages - great layout and quality printing and paper
Over 370 pictures many previously unseen in print
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