Over the past 50 years, since Derek Buckler, founder of Buckler cars, inadvertently started the UK kit-car industry by supplying eager customers with 'replicas' of his clubman racer, the kit-car scene has evolved from one full of 'funny little plastic cars' to today's position where it embraces credible businesses making superb cars, such as Caterham, Westfield and Ultima. This comprehensive, authoritative and often humorous look at the UK's kit-car scene documents over 1,500 different vehicles, including the successes and the failures, the perennial survivors and the short-lived, the good, the bad and the ugly. Essential reading for all kit-car devotees, and an indispensable reference book for all motoring enthusiasts.Über den Autor:
Steve Hole started his career on Kit Cars & Specials magazine in 1985, and has also worked for Kit Car magazine and contributed to many other titles in the UK and USA. He founded totalkitcar magazine in 2003, having started totalkitcar.com in 2001 - both have risen to positions of respect within the industry.
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