"The Beaulieu Encyclopaedia of the Automobile" aims to be the definitive reference work on the automobile, and an essential tool for all car enthusiasts. This volume explores the art of coachbuilding, paying tribute to the skills and traditions of the coachbuilder. It follows the art of coachbuilding from its roots in the late 19th century, through to the 1950s, by which time the coachbuilding tradition was in decline. However, some great names remained, and they too are included.
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First published in 2002. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.Review:
"Of all the crafts and trades involved in constructing the first motor cars, the coachbuilder was far and away the oldest....engineers might divert their spirits of invention to the car, but when it came to cladding the chassis with a body, it was on the skills and tradition of the coachbuilder that they depended". From the Foreword by Brian Sewell
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Book Description Stationery Office Books (TSO), 2001. Book Condition: very good. Gently used. Expect delivery in 20 days. Bookseller Inventory # 9780117027503-3
Book Description The Stationery Office, UK, 2001. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. 1st Edition. This indispensable volume of the Beaulieu Encyclopedia of the Automobile addresses the often neglected area of coachbuilding and coachbuilders. Volumes One and Two of the Beaulieu Encyclopedia of the Automobile are also available.The book is from the personal library of the art critic and motoring writer, Brian Sewell, who also wrote the foreword to the book. This is a large, heavy book which may require additional postage. Inventory # G2389. Bookseller Inventory # 003894
Book Description The Stationery Office 2001, 2001. Hardbound. Book Condition: Fine(1). A rare 4 volume set in pristine condition. Previous owner stamp on inside cover. With d/j. Describes the often neglected area of coachbuilding and the coachbuilders who turned the Ôhorseless carriageÕ into an icon of 20th century design. Illustrated by: . Bookseller Inventory # AM10445