Through Glass Eyes: The Autobiography Of A 1975 Triumph Dolomite Sprint by Paul ChiswickThrough Glass Eyes: The Autobiography Of A 1975 Triumph Dolomite Sprint by Paul Chiswick

Through Glass Eyes: The Autobiography Of A 1975 Triumph Dolomite Sprint

byPaul Chiswick

Paperback | February 17, 2009

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Ever wondered what your car thinks about you? Or about anything else, for that matter? If so, this autobiography of a 1975 Triumph Dolomite Sprint will go a long way towards satisfying your curiosity.Wittily written, with politically incorrect sideswipes at everything from industrial relations to modern policing, the story is as much about the car's owners as it is about 'Dolly' himself. Yes, Dolly the Dolomite knows it's a girl's name, and he's suffered enough for it over the years, but that's what Roger and Sylvia call him and he's not the type to break the Code of Conduct and reveal his sex to his driver.You don't know about the cars' Code of Conduct? Then you clearly have a lot to learn - so let Dolly be your courteous, informed and entertaining guide to this hitherto secret world.Paul Chiswick resides with his wife in a north Warwickshire village. He has lived and worked in Papua New Guinea and Hong Kong, and lists his interests as classic cars, vigorous exercise, travel and writing. You can read more about him by visiting his website www.paulchiswick.com.
Title:Through Glass Eyes: The Autobiography Of A 1975 Triumph Dolomite SprintFormat:PaperbackDimensions:196 pages, 8 × 5 × 0.45 inPublished:February 17, 2009Publisher:Legend Press LtdLanguage:English

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