Colin Chapman and Lotus (comic strip style book)

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Colin Chapman and Lotus (comic strip style book)

Postby theelanman » Thu 23.07.2015, 12:06

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/like/40091159 ... rmvSB=true


If you buy from theworks seller on eBay and type in TODAY25 at checkout you should get 25% off your order. So a hardback delivered within the UK for just £3.00.

if you like your Lotus books that is
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Re: Colin Chapman and Lotus (comic strip style book)

Postby theelanman » Thu 23.07.2015, 13:24

it appears the code isn't active anymore.......enter the code in eBay (says unrecognised),

however

the book is listed at £3 with P&P being £2.99.
But they have free "Click and Collect" from any of their shops.
so if one of their shops is close..........

happy days.....

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Re: Colin Chapman and Lotus (comic strip style book)

Postby Rob P » Thu 23.07.2015, 15:56

Bought a copy yesterday but wasn't aware of the code so had to fork out the princley sum of £4. I feel robbed :lol:
Having grown up reading marvel and commando comics I like the idea of being able to read about one of my motoring hero's in comic book fashion. Perhaps it's the child in me but who really wants to admit to getting old :lol:
simplify and add lightness
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