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Why Build A Seven? Putting a sports car on the road, a personal record. By Michael Eddenden
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[HARDBACK. Now with added PHOTOGRAPHS, 2014]... EVER FORCED TO BUILD YOUR OWN CAR? The first Lotus Seven appeared in 1957. It was unique, a race car for the road. In a time when cars stood for chrome... More > and power, style and road-holding weight, the Seven was light, quick, nimble and bracing. It was also spartan, hopelessly impractical and sold as a kit, assembly required. Soon it was the benchmark sports car. What was unforgivable in other cars justified the Seven: unconventional, fast, rare, and not for everyone. More than 5o years later it's still in production. Now as then, owners have to build their cars. When Michael Eddenden sets out to build a Caterham Seven the fingertip ease of the digital age is replaced by unheated garages, fumes and typed instructions obscured by oily fingerprints. For anyone who has ever built something with their own hands - despite skill, aptitude and experience. Caterham Cars, manufacturer of the 7, was purchased by the Caterham Formula 1 Team in 2011.< Less
Why build a Seven? Putting a sports car on the road, a personal record. By Michael Eddenden
Paperback: $57.78
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EVER FORCED TO BUILD YOUR OWN CAR? The first Lotus Seven appeared in 1957. It was unique, a race car for the road. In a time when cars stood for chrome and power and road-holding weight, the Seven... More > was light, quick, nimble and bracing. It was also spartan, hopelessly impractical and sold as a kit, assembly required. Soon it was the benchmark for a sports car — unconventional, fast, rare, and not for everyone. What was unforgivable in other cars justified the Seven. More than 5o years later it's still in production. Now as then, owners have to build their cars. When Michael Eddenden sets out to build a Caterham Seven the fingertip ease of the digital age is replaced by unheated garages, fumes and typed instructions obscured by oily fingerprints. For anyone who has ever wanted to build something with their own hands - despite skill, aptitude and experience. Caterham Cars, manufacturer of the 7, was purchased by Formula 1 Team Lotus in 2011. Paperback Edition...Now with added PHOTOGRAPHS, 2014.< Less
Amy: Our Little Bit of Heaven By Denise Longhurst
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Amy Longhurst was stillborn on 12th June 2010 at 39 weeks gestation. Losing Amy was heart-breaking and confusing, prompting many questions. Amy: Our Little Bit of Heaven is her parents' emotional... More > experience, from the happy beginnings of the pregnancy through to the grief, confusion and eventual peace that followed Amy's sudden death. A moving collection of memories, diary extracts, poems and letters that ensures Amy will remain alive in people's hearts for many years to come.< Less
Amy: Our Little Bit of Heaven By Denise Longhurst
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Amy Longhurst was stillborn on 12th June 2010 at 39 weeks gestation. Losing Amy was heart-breaking and confusing, prompting many questions. Amy: Our Little Bit of Heaven is her parents' emotional... More > experience, from the happy beginnings of the pregnancy through to the grief, confusion and eventual peace that followed Amy's sudden death. A moving collection of memories, diary extracts, poems and letters that ensures Amy will remain alive in people's hearts for many years to come.< Less