FX4 Black Cab, 1958-1997 (Austin FX4, FL2, Carbodies FX4, FLs FX4R, FX4S-Plus, Fairway, Fairway Driver), Enthusiasts’ Manual

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The London Black Cab became an international icon. Many people have a mental picture of one type of vehicle and are oblivious to the number of different types and manufacturers. This latest Enthusiasts’ Manual from Haynes provides a comprehensive account of the development of a number of types of London Black Cab between 1958 and 1997

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Eight Air Force Bomber Stories

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This book comprises a collection of gripping stories about the USAAF 8th Air Force based in East Anglia. It is illustrated by poignant photographs, many rare and rescued from destruction. This insight into the events and the people will enthral enthusiasts and bring to life the courage and determination of the young men who fought in the greatest aerial battle.

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Flights of Terror, Aerial hijack and sabotage since 1930

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This is the second edition of a book originally published in 1997 and has been updated and expanded. For many, aircraft hijacking and sabotage is a relatively recent phenomena connected with Arab terrorism. As his book demonstrates, it is risk that dates back to the early days of passenger aircraft.

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Sherman Tank, 1941 onwards all M4 variants), Owners’ Workshop Manual

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lavish illustration with photographs, drawings and sketches matches concise and highly informative text. The Sherman is an interesting subject because there are still numbers of this famous armoured vehicle in various stages of restoration and the prospect that unrestored examples may still exist, together with stocks of spares still to be discovered at the back of some dusty warehouse.

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