The History of English Racing Automobiles Limited: And the continuing story of the cars 1933-1980
WEGUELIN, David; CHAKRABONSE, Narisa, et al (eds.)
The story of English Racing Automobiles (ERA), a British racing car manufacturer active from 1933 to 1954. Their ambition was to manufacture and campaign a team of single seater racing cars capable of upholding British prestige in Continental European racing. These cars have been owned by a great variety of people over the years, including two Siamese princes, Chula Chakrabongse and Bira Birabongse, whose trio of ERAs became famous as "Hanuman", "Romulus" and "Remus." The first editor is the daughter of Prince Chula by his English wife.
- Publisher: White Mouse Editions
- Edition: First edition
- Date Published: 1980
- Place Published: London
- ISBN: 9.7809E+12
- Condition: Near fine
- Signed: No
- Dust Jacket: No
- Jacket Condition: n/a
288 p. 29 x 35 cm. Over 500 b&w illustrations and 75 colour. Yellow cloth spine and blue cloth boards with E.R.A. in raised letters on front. In matching pictorial slipcase. Former owner's label on half title.