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LOLA T70 - THE RACING HISTORY & INDIVIDUAL CHASSIS RECORD by  John Starkey - Hardcover - Limited to 1500 copies - 1993 - from Koster's Collectible Books and

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by Starkey, John

Condition: Good++/Good++

Veloce Publishing P L C, 1993. Limited to 1500 copies. Hardcover. Good++/Good++. Hardcover in dust jacket. Black cloth binding with title in silver on spine. Bumped edges. Text pages are clean. Black photo illustrated dust jacket shows light edge wear and rubbing. Looks nice when placed in new protective mylar. Always carefully wrapped and shipped in cardboard boxes to protect your purchase.


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