Bill Piggott has written 12 books on classic British sports cars, principally Triumph TRs and Austin Healeys. A lawyer by profession, now retired, he has owned, driven and maintained such cars for around 45 years, and has held the posts of both Archivist and Register for the Triumph TR Register, as well as serving on the club's committee for 35 years.He is married, living on the Shropshire/Hereford border, and his other interests include amateur dramatics, swing and ballroom dancing, British butterflies, steam railways ... and good food and wine.
There is plenty to satisfy the anorak and race/rally enthusiast alike in terms of facts and figures, while ... copiously illustrated. RETRO SPEED Well produced and put together, this book from Veloce's Classic Reprint Series would certainly make a nice addition to a Triumph aficionado's library. Petrolicious [An] excellent reference 160 page hardback ... Warning: Even if you do not own one right now you might very well end up wanting on having read these trusty volumes. Big End/All Torque. In British car collecting circles the Triumph TR range is one of the most collectible and sought after. "Triumph TR-TR2 to 6: The Last of the Traditional Sports Cars," is part of the Veloce Classic Reprint Series" and was originally penned back in 2003 by acclaimed author Bill Piggott who has written twelve books on classic British sports cars. By far, this is the best TR book available and should be on every Triumph enthusiast's bookshelf. - Norm Mort, Freelance.