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Survivor By Charles Vyse
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This is a Workshop Guide for the small chassis Rolls-Royce. The book is intended to help the average owner gain a deeper understanding of the car. It includes 100 workshop photographs &... More > illustrations, designed to help the owner maintain their own car in first class mechanical condition. Included is data and servicing information, updated to take advantage of the availability of modern high tech oils and materials. Plus many 'Useful Contacts' and sources of supply. At the same time, the book is also the fascinating story of an early 20/25 Thrupp & Maberly tourer. It chronicles the Derby birth, the social history, the mechanical puzzles and the solutions found, in bringing this 1929 20/25 back to top class condition. “The quality will remain, long after the price is forgotten”, Henry Royce once sagely observed. How right he was.< Less
That's Life Well, Mine Anyway By Mick Sheath
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The author's life story,over the period 1932-2004,spans some dramatic periods in UK and World history. He grew up in Nottingham and was fortunate to attend West Bridgford Grammar School which gave... More > him a firm foundation for his education. This eventually led to his graduation with a degree in Mechanical Engineering from Nottingham University. The majority of his career was spent with Rolls-Royce,initially in nuclear engineering and later in their aero divisions. He was married to Peg for nearly 20 years, living in Bramcote during that time and having three children. After her tragic death at an early age his family was extended by two more young folk when he married Mavis. They moved home to Staunton Harold in NW Leicestershire and after his retirement in 1991, they settled in the village of Llangwm in the attractive county of Monmouthshire in South Wales. As his story unflods it is interlaced with thoughts on a number of controversial subjects.< Less
That's Life Well, Mine Anyway By Mick Sheath
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The author's life story,over the period 1932-2004,spans some dramatic periods in UK and World history. He grew up in Nottingham and was fortunate to attend West Bridgford Grammar School which gave... More > him a firm foundation for his education. This eventually led to his graduation with a degree in Mechanical Engineering from Nottingham University. The majority of his career was spent with Rolls-Royce,initially in nuclear engineering and later in their aero divisions. He was married to Peg for nearly 20 years, living in Bramcote during that time and having three children. After her tragic death at an early age his family was extended by two more young folk when he married Mavis. They moved home to Staunton Harold in NW Leicestershire and after his retirement in 1991, they settled in the village of Llangwm in the attractive county of Monmouthshire in South Wales. As his story unflods it is interlaced with thoughts on a number of controversial subjects.< Less