古德伍德幻影（中國版）By Malcolm Tucker. Translated in China and 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, and the design and
manufacture of their new car, the Phantom.
Malcolm Tucker has had a lifelong interest in Rolls-Royce 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 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 Drophead Coupe is the third book he has written for Dalton Watson Fine Books, preceded by The Goodwood Phantom and Rust In Peace.