M10 / Achilles - A Visual History
Reviewed by Luke Pitt
Ampersand Publishing has carved a niche for itself courtesy of its very useful reference titles. These books are intended to be the inexpensive reference on the subject they cover.
This newly released book, clearly timed with the release of the new Tamiya 1:35 scale M10, is in the usual Ampersand "Visual History" format.
The book contains 127 pages with 66 black and white and 144 colour photos that cover both M10 and British Achilles.
Some of the black and white photographs will be familiar while others may not. What I like here is how the black and white photos have been reproduces they are both large and crystal clear. The colour photos are in the form of a detailed walk around and cover almost all the interior and exterior details of both vehicles, as with the black and white photos the colour phots are again reproduced clearly and large enough not to squint.
This book is a welcome addition to the growing collection of reference material pertaining to the M10 family.
Thanks to Ampersand Publishing for the sample