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Citroen's Maserati-engined Supercar

SM Citroen's Maserati-engined Supercar
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Format: Hardcover Book , 224 Pages
ISBN: 9781787111257
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Description

The book follows the progress of the Citroen SM from its launch at the 1970 Geneva Show through to July 1975, when the last car was built.

The author

Born in Coventry, once the heart of the British motor industry, Brian Long is a professional writer with a passion for vintage and sporting machinery. A trained mechanical engineer and a long-term owner of both the MX-5 and rotary Mazdas, he has had a strong connection with Mazda products for well over a decade.

Married to Miho, and with two children (Louis and Sophie-Mercedes), Brian now lives just outside Tokyo, and spends much of his free time with Thoroughbred horses. He has had more than 70 books published, including many works on Japanese marques.

Philippe Claverol is a French enthusiast, currently residing in Paris. As a Citroen executive, having been President of Citroen Japan and Citroen Czechoslovakia, Philippe naturally has strong links with the factory, but his love of the automobile spurred him on to undertake this project - his first book - in his spare time.

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Specs

Format: Hardcover Book , 224 Pages
ISBN: 9781787111257
Illustrations: 270 color & b/w photos
Size: 9.7 in x 9.7 in / 246.38 mm x 246.38 mm
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