Product Review Taken From Four Small Wheels Magazine Haynes manuals have long since been the standard guide for the home mechanic in the UK but they have branched out over the years with a number of detail guides presented in the same style as their maintenance guides but aimed at the enthusiast and modeller. With the plethora of Lotus 72 kits now on the market in a wide range of scales and materials, this is likely to be a very popular publication. This won’t tell you how to strip a Lotus 72 down to bare bones, nor will you find the immortal words ‘refitting is the reverse of removal’ but there are a huge number of excellent close up drawings of the cars’ most intimate details, many factory drawings are reproduced, there’s plenty of history, detailed results and many race photos. The book doesn’t just concentrate on the factory cars, there are sections on the privateers too and along the way many of those who were involved in the Lotus 72 project, whether as designers, mechanics or drivers add their experiences.
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160 pages, 100 pics. Perfect for detailing Ebbro EBB72C, Tameo WCT70 and HIR43002 and 43003
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