J.A.P. The End of an Era J.A.P. The End of an Era
J.A.P. The End of an Era by Jeff Clew.
J.A.P. (John Alfred Prestwich) was an innovator and pioneer in the very best senses of the words.
J.A.P. The End of an Era begins in 1926 when J.A.P.'s position as the foremonst proprietorary engine supplier remains unchallenged, and the sucess in private hands of their engines in competition continues unabated.
The text has been verified by Teddy and Douglas Prestwich.
There is a unique contribution made by Wal Phillips who pioneered the early speedway engine at Stamford Bridge.
A rare and valuable book.