Reviews for Lanchester Legacy Volume Two

My thanks to all of you who have taken the time to send me your reviews. I’ve shared a selection of them below.

If you’d like your own copy of the new Volume Two, it’s now available as a single-volume purchase for only £45, or you can obtain multi-buy bundles of two or more different Volumes at very special prices …

Duncan Saunders, Patron DLOC: “Volume Two of The Lanchester Legacy gives a real insight into the little understood world of Lanchester Motor Cars and I thoroughly recommend it as a truly definitive source of information. All chapters are profusely illustrated, with many previously unseen photographs. Chris is to be congratulated for giving me the opportunity to learn so much more.”

Brian Smith, Author of Daimler Days: “Really excellent stuff. Very well researched and succinctly expressed in a readable way. Thanks!”

John Ridley, DLOC Vice-President: “What a work of art this is. You must have spent years on it and all that effort really pays off.”

Adrian Hanwell, LD10 Registrar: “I am flabbergasted at the amount of accurate research which Chris has undertaken to research these chapters. What is amazing is that he has found information which I thought had been long since lost and has assembled it in a very readable way. What more can I say? I am VERY impressed.”

Alan Wheatley, DLOC Registrar: “I have to say that the sheer quality of this book is truly outstanding.”

Dennis Mynard, Author & DLOC Registrar: “The author needs to be congratulated for his research and for seeing it through to publication. Every aspect of Lanchester history and the various models is described in a clear, easy to read, flowing text.”

Geoff Douglas, Dauphin & Empress expert: “Warm congratulations to you for bringing Volume Two to a successful conclusion. Thank you for your dedication and hard work to create such magnificent books.”

Peter Cook, BSA cars expert:
“I am impressed by the detail and useful information in this excellent book. I am intrigued by the section on supercharging.”

John Beringer, owner of Lanchester Ten and 21hp: “Excellent book. You should be very pleased with the result and I am delighted to have it and complete the history of Lanchester cars.”

Trevor Erskine, Daimler, Lanchester and Carbodies ex-employee: “What a revelation! This is a captivating read for both its historical and technical accuracy and I recommend it.”

Trevor Johnsson, owner of Lanchester 18hp: “I must congratulate you on such a well-researched and beautiful book.”

Marion Goldsmith: “Just a word to say that Tom’s Dad, an ex-Lanchester employee, was delighted with the book – hope to be back for another volume.”

Robert Norton: “I am very pleased with the book, and having read it I have started reading volume 1 again.”

Ian Pogson, Motor enthusiast: “Beeyoutiful, thank you!”

Gerard Wilson, Motoring Author: “Finally the Lanchester Fourteen gets a detailed and well written appreciation – the last Lanchester to be built in volume.”

And here are just a few of the anonymous comments:

“Best wishes and congratulations once again for showing what one person can do to ensure that a vital story of British Engineering is not only remembered but properly told – future generations will be forever in your debt.”

“THE BOOK arrived today, thank you. What an excellent work!”

“I love the chapters in different colours, the gold on the hard cover, and the two book-marker ribbons which will be very useful.”

“I received your lovely book this morning. I am thrilled with it.”