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We Had One of Those Too!

More of the cars we drove during New Zealand's motoring heyday, 1950-1970

Stephen Barnett

We Had One of Those Too! is a celebration of the cars commonly seen on New Zealand roads during the golden age of motoring, from 1950 through to 1970, and before cars started to all look and drive the same. Following on the bumper of its best-selling companion We Had One of Those!Read full description →

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We Had One of Those Too! is a celebration of the cars commonly seen on New Zealand roads during the golden age of motoring, from 1950 through to 1970, and before cars started to all look and drive the same. Following on the bumper of its best-selling companion We Had One of Those! this book is filled with a further collection of cars that Kiwis loved and drove during these decades.

Beautifully illustrated with the car sales brochures of the period, this classic artwork also forms a chronological survey of design trends. Accompanying the brochures are descriptions of each car that mix technical details with social history.

These were the cars we kept for years, that carried us back and forth to work, took us on holidays, to rugby matches, to the shops and the pub. Included are British models such as the Jowett Javelin, Austin Atlantic, Rover 90, Jaguar E-Type and the Triumph Spitfire, American makes such as the Ford Mustang and the Chevrolet Camaro, the Aussie Holden Torana, and European cars such as the Volkswagen Karmann Ghia and the Fiat Crusader.

Now mostly disappeared from New Zealand roads and rarely seen, these cars are still held in fond regard – We Had One of Those Too! is nostalgia on four wheels.

Additional information

Weight 1.7 kg
ISBN

9780947503918

Pages

216

Size

230 x 285 mm

Format

Hardback

Author

Stephen Barnett

Published

September 2018

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