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HISPANO SUIZA AND PEGASO, BIRKIGT & RICART VOL.1: Two Men Two Marques Made In Spain

Hispano-Suiza and Pegaso, Birkigt & Ricart. Two brilliant engineers and the two marques they established in Spain. The first volume of two, it cover...
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Hispano-Suiza and Pegaso, Birkigt & Ricart.
Two brilliant engineers and the two marques they established in Spain.
The first volume of two, it covers Hispano-Suiza from 1904 to 1939 primarily from the perspective of Barcelona rather than Bois-Colombes in France. The author used mainly Spanish-language sources and has written about Hispano-Suiza cars, aero-engines, military vehicles, trucks and buses, the satellite Guadalajara factory and its products, racing cars and competition successes. The evolution of the French Bois-Colombes business and its glorious H6 and V12 models is also studied.

 

Products specifications
Publishing Date 2017
Text English
Binding Softbound
Pages 146
B/W Pictures 180
Size cm. 21x30
ISBN 9780954736347
Author Beare David
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