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Old 30 Jan 2003, 21:25 (Ref:491027)   #1
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Le Mans Annuals (merged)

I have been looking all around for places that sell Le Mans annuals. I have had not much luck. Can anyone help me and tell me where I could find them?
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Old 30 Jan 2003, 23:43 (Ref:491143)   #2
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Old 31 Jan 2003, 10:04 (Ref:491560)   #3
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Re: Le Mans Annuals

Or failing that, http://www.chaters.co.uk hold quite a few.
Note that, although the annual has been published since 1978, not all are published in English. 1980-1983, 1985-86 and 1994 are in French only. Good language skills practice. Some are very difficult to find, particularly 1983, 85 and 86. I am still (desperately) in search of 1983.

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Old 31 Jan 2003, 13:06 (Ref:491780)   #4
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Another UK based one to try is http://www.millhousebooks.com
They seem to have a good selection of Le Mans based books.
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The years that I am really wantig is 1985-1997. The hardest ones I am having trouble with is 86, 87, 89, 91, and 93. Thanyou all for your help so far. Also, what is one of the best annuals printed.
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What is the going rate for these books and are they *really* worth it? I've seen some quite ludicrous prices up til now, hence I've never purchased one.
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A copy of the '89 book is on Ebay at the moment for about 40 but that will hit 60 by the end of the auction I'm sure!

There are some bargains around though at around the 20 for '99 and 2000 and around 25 for 2001 - I reckon they're well worth it Craig
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What is the going rate for these books and are they *really* worth it? I've seen some quite ludicrous prices up til now, hence I've never purchased one.
Ive been getting the offical ACO Annauls now since 2000 and Ive got to say that yes craig I belive they are good value for money. I mean they arent any more expensive than a lot of the annuals u can get nowadays and the price I belive is 40.
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For LeMans annuals check out www.minigrid.com
I know they have some years available at sale prices that are not listed on their web site. An email should get you answers as to availability and price.
They are definitely worth the price
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Thanks for the info guys - I've ordered a couple off of eBay including the 89 edition mentioned (got it for under 40 green ones)
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Le Mans Annuals

I just picked up my first Le Mans Annual this week. Actually, my wife found it at a well known bookstore chain here in the U.S. and picked it up for me. I was quite stunned that this store even carried it. It's the 2003 edition with the lovely Bentley on the cover. Great book! It's a welcome edition to my motorsport library. My question is, where can I find back issues? Any sites that regularly offer them? Thanks for your help!
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Old 23 Jul 2004, 17:59 (Ref:1044861)   #12
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I keep an eye on eBay but haven't seen too many of them on there for a while. They're not cheap but I am slowly building up a collection of the older editions despite this. Well worth it!
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hi jhansen what do you think of coming over to europe i know some bookstores overhere who are selling those books and if you really want to be sure come over for the race (24 le mans) soory but i was just making a joke . one thing iknow for sure is that there is a english company (bookstore) i thought they were also selling online i wil look after the name of it later
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I just picked up my first Le Mans Annual this week. Actually, my wife found it at a well known bookstore chain here in the U.S. and picked it up for me. I was quite stunned that this store even carried it. It's the 2003 edition with the lovely Bentley on the cover. Great book! It's a welcome edition to my motorsport library. My question is, where can I find back issues? Any sites that regularly offer them? Thanks for your help!
http://www.autobrass.com/autobrass_s...books_menu.htm And lots more.
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http://www.autobrass.com/autobrass_s...books_menu.htm And lots more.

And look at what's top of the list there..... (drool, drool).....
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