Brighton Belles

Brighton Belles

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Celebrated every year in the famous London-Brighton run, veteran cars represent the very dawn of motoring, from the middle of the nineteenth century up until 1904. This book tells a very personal story of the invention of the automobile and the cars that set in motion one of the biggest social revolutions the world has ever seen. At the start of the 1880s there were just a few primitive horseless carriages whose optimistic inventors were happy if they moved at all, but by the end of the veteran period the car had become a viable means of transport. Indeed the super cars of the day were capable of 100 miles an hour and the first steps towards mass-production had been made by a well-established industry.Peugeot seat, also accommodating two passengers, is raised considerably above ... It was doubtless the energetic Frederick Simms who provided a manual fire engine, with a pump powered by a Daimler ... and secured two vehicles from De Dion aamp; Bouton (the third partner, Trepardoux, had left in a huff when Bouton begananbsp;...

Title:Brighton Belles
Author: David Burgess Wise
Publisher:Crowood Press - 2006

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