Lister – Jaguar

Lister – Jaguar
Brian Lister and the cars
from Cambridge

By Paul Skilleter

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Each special limited Leather Bound editions has the book plate that is signed by: Brian Lister – founder and team manager
Paul Skilleter – author
Note: This book will not be available on the internet via Amazon or any of the major retailers. Only by selling direct can this initial low price be achieved.US Distributor:Golden Cat Publishing
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This new book is hard-bound with a colourful dust jacket, large format (9 x 12 approx.), and 270 pages and printed on semi-gloss art paper with jacket with over 1000 photographs and illustrations.

Through this extensive and unique selection of several hundred high-quality monochrome photographs, plus rare period Kodachromes, the book tells how – often in his own words – Brian Lister evolved a series of sports racing cars which culminated in the all-conquering Lister-Jaguars of the late 1950s.

Also included is material on the remarkable Archie Scott Brown, the handicapped motor racing hero who from almost nowhere, rose to take on established stars such as Stirling Moss, Mike Hawthorn, Tony Brooks and Roy Salvadori – though his story is tinged with tragedy, as he died in an accident at Spa in May 1958.

The story of Brian Lister and the Lister-Jaguars evokes the late 1950’s era of glorious front-engined sports cars driven by the top drivers of the day. The Lister-Jaguar won at almost every circuit in Britain and, entered by Briggs Cunningham, was virtually unbeatable in America. It continued to keep the Jaguar name in the forefront of sports car racing long after the D-type became obsolete. The green and yellow cars from Cambridge were simply the best of their kind, and added lustre to Jaguar’s name and to the reputation of British engineering.

Chapters include:

The Tojeiro-JAP and Brian Lister’s early motor sport adventures

  • The first Listers: the Lister-MG, Lister-Maserati and Lister-Bristol
  • Archie Scott Brown and the first Lister-Jaguar
  • The Lister-Jaguar ‘knobbly’
  • The Lister-Jaguar Costin
  • Lister-Jaguars in historic racing
  • Brian Lister’s scrapbook
  • The Le Mans Sunbeam Tigers
  • The Lister story continued: Lister XJ-S and Lister Storm.

Available in the Standard Dust Jacket edition for $95 each

 

Standard Editions have the colorful Dust Jacket

US Orders, Standard Edition $95, including 4-Day USPS Ground shipping.

Non-US Orders, Standard Edition $145, including $50 international postage.

Leather Edition have Leather bound book with gold leaf lettering and leather covered slip case with the cloisinee Lister emblem

Only 120 signed book plate Leather Bound Edition are available for $250 each.

US Orders, Gold Leaf Edition $250, including 4-Day USPS Ground shipping.

Non-US Orders, Gold Leaf Edition $300, including $50 international postage.


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