I found my copy of Crap Cars in a private card shop siting this book near gifts for fathers on impending Fatherís Day in 2007 as well as being placed handily near the gifts which are suitable generally for men. It originally cost £9-99 but Amazon.co.uk list it currently at £7-69 (2012). ... Read review
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magazines about speedy hen ltd by continuing with this checkout and ordering from speedy hen you are accepting our current terms and conditions details of which can be found by clicking here author s richard porter content note ill 50 col ill country of publication united kingdom date of publication 14 10 2004 format hardback genre level 1 adult non fiction trade genre level 2 humour trivia puzzles genre l
A very funny, honest recollection of crap cars. nicely designed, good quality photos and info.
Availability and may offend some who still own some of these cars. Not a book for statistical data
"...throne of enlightenment, or the crap house as most would term it... *
I found my copy of Crap Cars in a private card shop siting this book near gifts for fathers on impending Fatherís Day in 2007 as well as being placed handily near the gifts which are suitable generally for men. It originally cost £9-99 but Amazon.co.uk list it currently at £7-69 (2012). It is worth seeking out for any car fan who loves cars from which we can now generally call ..."
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From the Austin Allegro to the Renault Safrane and from the MGB to the Volkswagen Beetle this book brings together 50 of the worst cars ever to grace the roads of Britain. The book features everything from the aesthetically pathetic to the mechanically misguided and includes tales of the most bizarre and appalling cock-ups in motoring history. With full-colour photos to illustrate each entry this chronicle of classically Crap Cars will transport you back to the beige and brown world of the seventies and eighties and your very own Morris Marina.