The Nova/Sterling/Eureka Kit Car

eBook (PDF), 121 Pages
(3 Ratings)
Price: $9.77
This hardback version consists of about 120 pages and includes many photographs and illustrations. The book covers the complete history of this incredible car following its original conception by Richard Oakes in 1971 right through until the present day. Different chapters cover its history in the UK as well as the USA and Australia. Part two of the book describes in great detail the complete construction of one of these fantastic cars including many photographs showing the entire build process from start to finish. Also included are interviews with Richard Oakes (the designer) as well as Sam Cobley and Mike Mcbride who both ran companies in the UK and USA that manufactured this unique vehicle
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  • By John Philips
    Oct 15, 2009
    "The Nova/Sterling/Eureka Kit Car by P.J.Fenton" At last someone has written a book all about this iconic vehicle. P.J.Fenton is obviously an enthusiast with a great deal of in depth knowledge about the marque. This is essential reading for any one who owns one of these cars or is considering building or restoring one. A fascinating book for anyone interested in automotive works of art
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First Edition
Phill Fenton
September 30, 2011
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