Describes important developments in the history of automobiles, identifies top manufacturerers and race car drivers, and lists racing recordsFor 1987 there were lower, wider, longer and more aerodynamic (Cd 0.32) 7- Series saloons with 111.4-in/2830-mm wheelbase and an overall length of 193.3 in/4910 mm. The cheapest 730i had a 2966-cc 6-cylinder engine giving 197 bhp and the 735i a 3430-cc unit producing 220 bhp. Top model was the 750i with BMWa#39;s first V12 production engine, producing over 270 bhp from 4988 cc. ... Problems of finance led to William Durant taking control of Buick in November 1904.
|Title||:||The Guinness book of the car|
|Publisher||:||Guinness Media - 1987-10|