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» » Standard Guide to American Muscle Cars: A Supercar Source Book 1952-2005
Standard Guide to American Muscle Cars: A Supercar Source Book 1952-2005

Author:

John Gunnell

Title:

Standard Guide to American Muscle Cars: A Supercar Source Book 1952-2005

Category:

Crafts, Hobbies & Home

PDF ebook size:

1409 kb

ePub ebook size:

1703 kb

Fb2 ebook size:

1350 kb

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Rating:

4.9

ISBN10:

0873499883

ISBN13:

978-0873499880

Publisher:

Krause Publ; 4 edition (June 28, 2005)

Language:

English

Subcategory:

Antiques and Collectibles

Pages:

400

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Standard Guide to American Muscle Cars: A Supercar Source Book 1952-2005 by John Gunnell

The world's most popular book of the mighty American cars of the 1960s and 70s is back and better than ever. Updated with more specs, more information and more color than ever before.

This edition showcases more than 300 of Detroit's tire-twisting cars from Ford, Chevy, Dodge, AMC, Pontiac, Oldsmobile and more. Listings include a historical background, original factory specifications, available options, original pricing information and an updated price guide, with current values in sex condition grades.

In this book, readers will find every type of high performance model from early full-size favorites like the 1961 Chevrolet Impala SS to muscle car heyday favorites like the 1968 Shelby Mustang GT 500KR.

Muscle cars of the 1970s, 80s, 90s and the toughest cars of the 2000s are also featured in brilliant full color!

Features more than 300 muscle cars, including some of the latest releases on the marketManufacturers include American Motors, Chrysler, Ford, General Motors, and StudebakerUpdated with new, full-color photos
Vuzahn
This book is great, and looks totally brand new. You tend to under rate the quality of your products, Bless you..
It's so easy
Just a great book all around. So may great cars to look at and read about. If you want detailed information on a single car or generation of a car then look elsewhere, but for pretty good commentary and loads of pictures, this book is an excellent read, and reference.
GoodLike
Book looks great, better than I ever imagined !
Dobpota
This was purchased for my adult son, and he loves it!
Kison
Bought this book for my grandson for Christmas. He loves all the photos of the cars and the brief descriptions of each car featured.
Lightwind
After I recieved this book, I was somewhat disapointed. It was not as complete as I wanted. Its good for idle brousing only.
zmejka
A "must" for the lover of muscale cars. Intresting, packedwith nice pics and lots of information
Technical errors are abundant in this book. Several cars are incorrectly identified such as the 1966 Nova 2 dr. sedan on pg. 58 said to be a Super Sport coupe and the 1971 Dodge Charger on pg. 138 said to be a 1970 model! Representative photos are a mix of factory stock, period-correct ads, and personal cars with aftermarket wheels and tires. Very inconsistent in approach. The enthusiast deserves much more from a catalog; especially a "standard" one. Standard being defined in Webster's as "something set up for a rule in measuring or as a model to be followed". All in all a botched job to say the least.


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