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The Morgan 3 Wheeler

Author : Peter Dron
ISBN : 9781845847630
Genre : Transportation
File Size : 43.56 MB
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Revealing why Morgan returned to its original 3 Wheeler concept after a century. How the new 3 Wheeler was created, became a best-seller, and was made, this book shows what it’s like to drive, strengths, weaknesses, and factory improvements made since the 2011 launch – from modifications, possible developments, and even why it is – or isn't – your kind of vehicle.
Category: Transportation

Completely Morgan

Author : Ken Hill
ISBN : 9781845849344
Genre : Transportation
File Size : 40.70 MB
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For all owners – and would-be owners – of three-wheeled Morgans, this is an invaluable book, packed with genuinely useful information. Starting with a detailed look at the Morgan motor company’s history, Ken Hill goes on to describe the marque’s motorsport record, and thoroughly chronicles the evolution of all three-wheeler models since 1910.
Category: Transportation

Morgan Three Wheeler

Author : Peter Miller
ISBN : 186126626X
Genre : Transportation
File Size : 38.20 MB
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The Morgan Motor Company - now the last independent British car manufacturer - forged its reputation with a remarkable range of three-wheeler cycle cars that offered startling value for money and astonishing performance. Produced from before the First World War until after the Second World War, Morgan Three-wheelers came in many shapes and sizes, and Peter Miller has researched the subject in detail, offering information on every model and type. Covers the remarkable racing and record-breaking achievements of these iconic cars. This well-illustrated book will appeal to all enthusiasts of pre-war light and sporting cars.
Category: Transportation

Morgan Three Wheeler Called Red

Author : Larry Ayres
ISBN : 092975820X
Genre : Transportation
File Size : 55.93 MB
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The complete history of the Morgan Three Wheeler Called Red which was first raced by the Morgan factory in 1933. Contains anecdotes and historical perspective throughout its pre/ and post/war racing career. Covers the restoration and preparation for "modern" vintage racing. Chapters include: The Factory Dealer; Trials and Racing; First Morgans at Brooklands; The F/Model and Supercharging; International Trials; World Records; Henry Laird's Last Race; Exported to America; and more. Contains specs, owners, clubs, and bibliography.
Category: Transportation

Book Of The Vintage Morgan Three Wheeler 1911 1952 All Matchless J A P V Twin Ford 4 Cylinder Models

Author : Harold Jelley
ISBN : 1588501922
Genre : Transportation
File Size : 27.23 MB
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This re-print of the 3rd edition of the 'Book of the Morgan' by Harold Jelley was selected as being a significant edition as it includes maintenance, repair and overhaul information for the (then) newly introduced 4-cylinder Ford powered S.V. models in addition to information on the J.A.P. and Matchless V-Twin powered models.
Category: Transportation

Three Wheelers

Author : Malcolm Bobbitt
ISBN : 9781903706817
Genre : Transportation
File Size : 35.6 MB
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Three-wheelers have played an intrinsic part in the history of the motor vehicle. From Aero Morgans to the Coventry Victor, BSA and Reliant, three-wheelers had their place in motor sport as well as providing essential transport for thousands of families. A nostalgic look back at the fascinating and often weird world of the three-wheeled car. Packed with around 150 wonderfully evocative photos of three-wheeled cars from all over Europe. Concise text chronicles the ups and downs of the popularity of three-wheelers since 1900. Models covered: Walton, 1902-6; Morgan, 1909-39; AC 1910-4; BSA, 1930-6; Coventry-Victor, 1928-38; Raleigh Safety Seven, 1933-6; Bond, 1949-70; Fuldamobil, 1951-69; Reliant 1951-date; AC Petite, 1953-58; Messerschmitt, 1953-64; Isetta, 1953-62; Gordon, 1954-68; Velorex, 1954-71; Berkeley, 1957-60; Heinkel/Trojan, 1957-65; Coronet, 1957-60; Scootacar, 1958-65; Peel, 1962-6; Bond 875, 1965-70; Bond Bug, 1970-74; Bamby, 1983-4; Piaggio, 1990-date; Lomax, 1983-date; Blackjack, approx 1998-date.
Category: Transportation

Making A Morgan

Author : Andreas Hensing
ISBN : 9781845848736
Genre : Transportation
File Size : 86.23 MB
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The authors spent seventeen days at the Morgan factory in Pickersleigh Road, Malvern Link recording step-by-step – from customer’s specification sheet to finished car – how individual craftsmen handbuild a Morgan. Follow this amazing journey through the factory, from craftsman to craftsman, by word and picture.
Category: Transportation

Reliant Three Wheelers

Author : John Wilson-Hall
ISBN : 9781847978073
Genre : Transportation
File Size : 26.63 MB
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Despite a reputation for being eccentric and dangerous, Reliant three-wheelers are ever-present in the classic car scene and are now seen as icons of British popular culture. Reliant Three-Wheelers - The Complete Story charts the development of these much-loved cars from 1935 onwards and includes the development and production of the Regal, Robin, Bond Bug and Rialto along with detailed specification guides and hundred of photographs throughout. An ideal resource for anybody with an interest in these classic cars, from one of the last major British vehicle manufacturers, the book covers origins of Reliant and the girder fork Light Delivery Van in the 1930s, post-war passenger cars and the groundbreaking fibreglass body of the Mark 3 Regal, Reliant under new ownership and the redesigned BN Robins, and Reliant three-wheelers in popular culture. Fully illustrated with 130 colour and 147 black & white photographs.
Category: Transportation

Cut Costs Not Corners

Author : Colin Barrow
ISBN : 9780749459772
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 37.94 MB
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Cost cutting is an issue for every manager and executive at every level in every company, large or small, public or private sector. Junior managers who are proactively tight on cost are learning good habits for the future, ones that will bring them recognition and advance their climb up the organizational chart. The HR department is now staffed with tough cost managers dealing with the most difficult cost category, people. Marketing departments now focus on how to get higher returns from less spend. Cut Costs Not Corners has a coherent and structured approach to cost cutting as a permanent activity, combined with guidance on the practical steps to take and powerful international case studies. It covers strategic and tactical cost cutting options such as analysing space needs, buying technology for less, selling off redundant assets, reducing credit risk, reviewing distribution methods, sourcing new suppliers or consolidating existing ones, advertising for less, changing the route to market, travel and utility savings, minimising finance and tax costs, crisis measures - freezing recruitment, delaying pay rises, sell and lease back assets - keeping budgets rolling and using a daily cash flow model.
Category: Business & Economics