Being a British book it covers wooden-bodied shooting brakes, estate cars and station wagons of England. In England these were mostly built in low numbers, often by small commercial bodybuilders. It’s a wonder that so many survived with the damp English weather chewing away at the wood. Typically, this meant that all of these wagons required so much more maintenance to ensure a real service life.
Unlike most books about woodys, the 96 page, all-color British Woodies features rare marques like Alvis, Austin and Bentley to Standard, MG, Vauxhall and Wolseley. Here you will see unique woody wagons from small British coach-builders with plenty of previously unpublished photos.
British Woodies is a well-worthy addition to any automotive library.
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