I am at a loss to understand the value of this book. Is there any use in knowing the valuation of a copy of a D-Type Jaguar or a good condition Iso Griffo? Will you find either, and more to the point, how much use is this guide in putting a price on them? The motor trade uses Glass's Guide to estimate the value of secondhand cars, but because of the large production runs they are able to be accurate within acceptable tolerances. Here we have examples of cars that have actually been professionally raced or produced in numbers less than three figures in their production run.
I can conceive of no real use for this book, but it is an enjoyable browse for automobile curios. For people who prefer their cars not to be metal, like porn for petrolheads.