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Independent publisher of books on a rich variety of history and heritage
Small publisher notable for books on the UK Kit Car and Specialist Sports Car companies with titles such as "Air Vice Marshal Don Bennett's Fairthorpe Cars", "Winds of Change: The Tornado Cars Story" and "Gilbern: A Dragon's Tale".
Official Publishers for British Motor Heritage Ltd and specialists in both Roadtest reprints and manuals
US-based publishers of high-end automotive titles
Publishers of motoring books on cars, commercial vehicles, buses and motorbikes.
US-based publishers of high-end motoring titles
Publishers of transport titles (principally railways) amongst others
Publishers of a variety of motoring titles. Most recently "From Send to Syracuse The History of Connaught the Start of Britain's Grand Prix Dominance" by Duncan Rabagliati. Other titles have included "Morgan Maverick", Chris Lawrence's auto-biography and "Boy's Own Stuff! Early days at Silverstone and Snetterton", a photographic record.
Owner Bill Munro has published several books he has written about Taxis and more recently the Ferguson four wheel drive cars. Open to other automotive subjects and authors.
Publishers of motorsport titles. Recently published "Reid Railton - Man of Speed" by Karl Ludvigsen a multi-award winning book supported by the Michael Sedgwick Memorial Trust
Fonthill Media publishes high quality Military Interest, General & Local History, Aviation, Transport and Maritime books. Recent publications include the 2019 winner of the Michael Sedgwick Award, The All-British Marendaz Special by Graham Skillen.
Electric vehicles and green technology titles
Publishers of over a hundred motoring titles since 1999. The Michael Sedgwick Memorial Trust supported "Wolseley - A very British Car" by Anders Clausager, a book that won several awards, and more recently, Freestone & Webb 1923-1958 The Story of a British Coachbuilder, and Herbert Austin's Heavy Twelve-Four.
The UK's largest dedicated history publisher, some motoring titles and the series "Cars we loved in the 1950s" (and 1960s)
US-based publishers of library-orientated reference books
Publishers of motorsport titles in English, German and Italian, emphasis on rallying but also racing.
Car, Motorbike and Cycling book publishers
Publishers of commercial vehicle and tractor titles
An independent publisher, only mainstream motoring title is "Morgan 100 Years" by Charles Morgan and Gregory Houston Bowden
Publishers of exclusive limited editions on the grand marques and motor racing
Publishers of a variety of history books including motoring titles
Publishers of a wide range of motoring books, specialists in Jaguar related titles
Publishers of several series of motoring books with an emphasis on competition cars
A small publisher founded in 2013, most books are on specials, kit, three-wheeler and micro cars by the founder, Chris Rees. The most recent publication is Encyclopaedia Britalicar, The Story of British Cars and Italian Design.
Publishers of a wide range of small books including many motoring titles
Formed by David Beare to publish his own books, Stinkwheel have now widened their scope, publishing an English translation of Bernard Vermeylen's ADO16 book
Publishers of bus, trolleybus and tram books
Publishers principally of railway titles but willing to cover buses, trolleybuses and trams.
Unicorn has recently published "Louis Coatalen - Engineering Impresario of Humber, Sunbeam, Talbot and Darracq" by Oliver Heal, a book supported by the Michael Sedgwick Memorial TrustT
Publishers of a wide range of automotive books. An important gap in published history was filled by "The Book of the Standard Motor Company" by Graham Robson which was supported by the Michael Sedgwick Memorial Trust
Bus, Tram and Trolleybus titles