Bluffer's Guide to Cars

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Bluffer's Guide to Cars
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Format: Paperback / softback, 128 Pages
ISBN: 9781785215841
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Instantly acquire all the knowledge you need to pass as an expert in the world of automobiles with Bluffer's Guide to Cars. Never again confuse your trunnions with your gudgeon pins, your big end with your locknuts, or your depressed hydraulic lifers with your floppy tappets. Bask in the admiration of your fellow car ‘experts’ as you pronounce confidently on the merits of the Yjob over the Tucker Torpedo and hold your own against the most opinionated of gearheads.

The author

Motoring writer Martin Gurdon's first car cost 5p, but then it was a present from his dad. He’s since owned about 80 more in various states of dilapidation. He’s written for The Independent, The Daily Telegraph, Octane, and Classic Cars magazine, where he spent six years as a columnist. He also writes road tests for the London Evening Standard.

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Specs

Format: Paperback / softback, 128 Pages
ISBN: 9781785215841
Size: 4.375 in x 7 in / 111.12 mm x 177.8 mm
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