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Old 01-10-11, 09:21 AM
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Brooklands Books is to bring out an updated version of their previous Bristol book.

Date due is the end of 2011.
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Old 14-12-11, 06:26 AM
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I have just checked on the progress of this book and see that the release date is now 2012.
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Old 16-02-12, 05:33 AM
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I am now informed that the new Bristol book was finalised last week and will be out by September 2012.

There will be over 350 pages.
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Old 21-11-12, 10:02 PM
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"We are looking to receive the book at the end of November but it is only going to the Bristol club, a public release date will be later on, if your not a member of the club i might be able to get you the book before the release date seeing as you have been asking for this book for a year il message you when we receive the book."

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Old 25-11-12, 03:18 PM
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I have a copy of the new book and am writing a review for the BOC Newsletter. While the format is the same as the 2000 edition it has many more pages with new articles and lots of colour photographs. Club members can buy the limited edition hardback version from Brooklands Books for 42.95 until the end of December and then the price will be 52.95.

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This one's on my Christmas list!
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Forgot to post up about this - have had the book for a few months now, excellent to dip into at any time.
The more modern articles have only served to make me want a Blenheim even more!
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Each to his own ! :-)
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Each to his own ! :-)
To be honest I'd be happy with any!
I can't think of any model I wouldn't have if I had the money - I must be honest the 603 and later are my favourites, it's probably being born in '80 so I'm a similar age!
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