The car: how man learned to run.
A fascinating story that began 500,000 years B.C.
In this huge volume with canvas cover and enclosed in a wooden box, an infinite collection of data, dates, photos, terms and words related to the car in chronological and alphabetical order until 2010.
Covering aspects of the Scottish motoring industry from the early days of the Argyll, Arrol-Johnston and Albion, this volume aslo includes more recent events like Rootes at Linwood and BMC at Bathgate. Specific chapters consider the pioneers of the motor industry, motor sports and motor museums.
This is as much a human story as a technological one, and it explores the personalities involved, and places each innovation in its historical and social context to create a fascinating chronicle of 100 years of extraordinary change.