How to build your own Supercar

How to build your own Supercar
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Format: Paperback / softback, 112 Pages
ISBN: 9781845841669
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Brian Thompson is an aircraft technician and former Royal Air Force apprentice, which gives him a thorough understanding of structures and systems. Ever since he could drive his hobby has been cars, and Brian has written articles for various car magazines relating to his build and restoration experiences. Cars that have received treatment include a Dolomite Sprint engined Triumph TR, a Carlton Commando kit car, 1967 Austin Mini Moke and an original 1967 Cox GTM. That build featured many body modifications that provided useful fiberglass experience. He honed his self-taught fiber-glassing and other self-build skills by creating a unique, road legal, supercar.

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Format: Paperback / softback, 112 Pages
ISBN: 9781845841669
Illustrations: 290 color & b-w ill
Size: 8 in x 10.75 in x 0.313 in / 203.2 mm x 273.05 mm x 7.938 mm
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