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How to Power Tune Midget and Sprite for Road and Track

How to Power Tune Midget and Sprite for Road and Track

Daniel Stapleton

ISBN: 1901295737

Paperback

UK13.19
USA$34.95

Review:

I had heard about this book at car shows and the race track. While it was often referred to as a companion to David Vizard's "Tuning The BL A-Series Engine", Stapleton's work stands tall on its own. The book covers many areas, from economy to performance, to drivetrain modifications. Stapleton's writings on the Weber carburettor proved invaluable, particularly his description of proper air intake improvements. While many power tuning books are geared towards track performance, it is clear that Stapleton must use a Sprite/Midget on a daily basis, as many of the modifications are effective, economical modifications that improve the Spridget experience on almost every level. The book is clear and usable to readers at all levels of skill. In all, an excellent additon to any enthusiast's library.


Illustrated MG Buyer

Illustrated MG Buyer's Guide

John Heilig

ISBN: 0760302901

Paperback

UKN/A
USAN/A

Review:

This text provides a good overview of the MG marque across several decades and offers the reader key points on each model. Because the scope is broad, there is not a lot of information on any one model. The system for rating the models is perhaps too simplistic but does provide a very basic foundation. The reader may be best served by accessing this book for general information and then pursuing other texts for detailed information on specific models.


MG Gold Portfolio 1929-39

MG Gold Portfolio 1929-39

R.M. Clarke

ISBN: 1855201941

Hardback Paperback

UK16.10
USAN/A

Review:

Cecil Kimber began in 1929 by putting special bodies on Morris chassis he bought in. Before moving to the Abingdon factory he had made the 14/28 and 14/40. This book covers the cars made at Abingdon and covers a wide range of models from the diminutive M-type of 1929 to the large saloons of the late 1930s. The articles cover new model introductions, long term tests, modifications, racing and rallying, touring, technical articles and history. The models include:- 18/80, M, C, P (various models), J (various models), F, L, K tourers and racing, N, SVW range, and T-types.


Original MGA: The Restorer

Original MGA: The Restorer's Guide

Anders Ditlev Clausager

ISBN: 1870979311

Hardback

UK16.49
USA$23.07

Review:

The perfect restorer's guide. It's hard to find something about originality which isn't noted in this book. A must for the purist! With this book and a parts catalogue, you are able to finish the perfect restoration.


MG Midget Gold Portfolio 1961-79

MG Midget Gold Portfolio 1961-79

R. M. Clarke

ISBN: 185520228X

Paperback

UK16.10
USA$18.87

Review:

History, tests, buying second-hand, model assessments, tuning, etc. for Midget, Mk.I, Mk.II, Mk. III, 1500, Climax, Speedwell, Taurus, Coburn, engines 948, 1098, 1275, and 1500.


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