“Leaman’s collection of photographs and anecdotes harks back to a time when spotting a Lamborghini was an event, and few people carried a camera as a matter of course.”

“As well as then-new Countachs, we see down-at-heel Jaramas and Espadas not much more than a decade old… dog-eared third hand Miuras sit outside concrete lock-ups.  Well-used Urracos and Silhouettes owned by ordinary enthusiasts sit in fields during owners’ club meetings.”

“…a unique reminder of a time when supercars managed to seem more glamorous yet more normal at the same time. And in this sense, it’s a vital chronicle”