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Malcolm Tucker has had a lifelong interest in Rolls-Royce & Bentley cars, having restored several to national concours winning condition. Joining the Rolls-Royce Enthusiasts' Club in 1963, he became the club's youngest chairman in 1989. Following which he launched Pinnacle magazine, 'The magazine for International Rolls-Royce and Bentley Owners'on behalf of the Sir Henry Royce Memorial Foundation. He has twice acted as guest editor for the Rolls-Royce Enthusiasts’ Club Magazine The Bulletin, being responsible for six issues. Also, he writes historic articles and information sheets for Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Ltd, and has been a member of the companies ‘Future Naming Policy’ committee. He has written five children's books on engineering subjects and edited seven others for Merlion Publishing, a division of Penguin Books. He has contributed to several motoring magazines and was a regular contributor for The Nob Hill Gazette, San Francisco, USA.

The Goodwood Phantom , The Goodwood Phantom Drophead Coupé and Rust In Peace. He is now working on the fourth book for Dalton Watson, titled Park Ward due for publishing in late 2018.

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Rust in Peace by Malcolm Tucker cover The Goodwood Phantom Chinese Edition by Malcolm Tucker cover The Rolls-Royce Goodwood Phantom Drophead Coupé by Malcolm Tucker cover

In this book, author Malcolm Tucker delves into the photographic archives of the celebrated motoring historian Mike Worthington-Williams. Around 450 photographs are included.

Translated in China & printed in Singapore, this book covers the recent history of BMW's acquisition of Rolls-Royce Motorcars, their construction of a new facility in Goodwood, Sussex, & the design & manufacture of the Phantom.

The Rolls-Royce Phantom saloon is designed around an aluminium spaceframe that imparts great strength, torsional rigidity & lightness to the car; it also has the ability to be easily adapted to other dimensions and designs.

   
 
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