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Moneymaking
Author: Peter Hull,Norman Johnson
ISBN: 0952533405
Subcategory: Economics
Pages 620 pages
Publisher The Alvis Register; Rev e. edition (1995)
Language English
Category: Moneymaking
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eBook The Vintage Alvis download

by Peter Hull,Norman Johnson


A detailed study of the Alvis Car Company of Coventry during their formative years in the 1920s and of their products up to 1932.

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by Peter Hull; N. Published by MacDonald. Books by N. Johnson 3. Books published by MacDonald 22. Similar Stock. THE VINTAGE ALVIS Written by Peter Hull & N. Stock no. 1712087 Published by The Alvis Register. Fine condition in a fine condition wrapper. 1814553 Published by David & Charles.

A detailed study of the history of the Alvis Car during their formative years and of their products until 1932.

Publisher: Alvis Register, 1995.

Peter Maurice Hull, MBE (born 6 December 1965 in Paris, France) is a British Paralympic gold medalist. Peter Hull was born in France to English parents. He was born without legs and with arms ending at the elbow. From a young age he attended Chailey Heritage School in Sussex. In his teens he was a boarder at the Hephaistos School, Arborfield, Berkshire. He studied leisure and sport at Farnborough College of Technology.

The Vintage Alvis is an invaluable reference for any Alvis enthusiast, or indeed anyone with an interest in vintage cars in general

The Vintage Alvis is an invaluable reference for any Alvis enthusiast, or indeed anyone with an interest in vintage cars in general. There is a great wealth of maintenance notes and diagrams, reprints of articles and also a list of cars belonging to members of the Alvis register since its formation in 1948 up to 1966. There is also fascinating correspondence about motor racing from . John of the Alvis Company, with his response to individuals who had complained that the quality of vehicle components had declined after 1930

There have been plenty of books about the Alvis, culminating in Peter Hull's masterful history of the vintage and near-vintage 12/50 and 12/60 models. This is something different.

There have been plenty of books about the Alvis, culminating in Peter Hull's masterful history of the vintage and near-vintage 12/50 and 12/60 models. It is a book devoted to the engine of the 12/50 Alvis, that stout-hearted yet simple power unit, scorning water-pump and fan, which still propels many pre-1933 Alvis cars with commendable reliability and willingness.

The Vintage Caper book. Peter Mayle has an ease with words and a lovely dry wit, very understated, in an intelligent English style. Set in Hollywood, Paris, Bordeaux, and Marseille, Peter Mayle’s. His novels are also funny. I tell all the grumpy library patrons who complain bitterly that there is nothing to read these days except books stuffed full of too much sex, violence, and weird creatures, that Peter Mayle is just what they need. The Vintage Caper’ involves wine.

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Within the history file, an original Buff Logbook can be found alongside numerous past MoT test certificates, bills, an original spare parts catalogue, copy of The Vintage Alvis by Peter Hull and Norman Johnson and an extensive printed and very helpful Vintage Alvis Manual which we are sure will come in handy for any future owner. With its home at the heart of British Motorsport, Historics offer a Classic & Sportscar auction environment like no other.