If there is a car that excites generations of motorists while symbolizing American dynamism and modernity, this is the Cadillac. In this luxurious book the history and the most representative models produced from 1902 to 2017. A real bible for all fans of this American icon.
Although there have been many Jeep books, this is the first complete history of the Willys-Overland passenger cars, civilian trucks (as well as civilian and military Jeeps) along with the corporation's history.
In Volume No. 6 of CarTech's Muscle Cars In Detail series, author Barry Kluczyk goes behind the scenes to reveal how a cadre of dedicated personnel at Pontiac refused to relinquish high-performance, forged ahead, and built the last great muscle car, the 1973 and 1974 Trans Am Super Duty 455
The Chevelle had such a high survival rate that today it is one of the most common cars seen at car shows across the country--and one of the most beloved. This book celebrates America's half-century love affair with this iconic muscle car thanks to many never-before-seen archival Chevelle photographic apparatus.
Among the mythical cars beyond the ocean, the Camaro is definitely a cult model and has always been able to meet the most varied needs, including racing demands, through its many generations from 1966 to present.
Get an introduction and historical overview of the design and concepts, a look at marketing and promotion, an in-depth study of all hardware and available options, as well as an examination of where the Barracuda is on the market today.