Looking to pick up a classic car and want something with a distinctly British feel? You need a copy of British Cars of the Sixties by Doug Nye.
This isn’t a modern-day book, instead it’s a reprint of a 1970 book, which means you get a contemporary and factual take on the cars, rather than a nostalgic look through some rose-coloured spectacles.
And it means you can get up close and personal with names like AC, Wolseley, Bristol, Triumph, Jaguar, Rover and MG over the 240 pages and 174 illustrations, discovering their original appeal and in some cases. the appeal almost 40 years on.
Just reissued in hard back, you can pick the book up for £13.99.