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OLIVER TRACTORS PHOTO ARCHIVE

Magnificent collections of rare black & white photographs specially selected from public and private archives promote the unique characteristics of the earliest models carried over from Hart-Parr to the last tractors built prior to 1960. Also featured is the popular OC line of crawler tractors. These detailed field factory and studio photographs will prove indispensable to the collector and restorer.
€42.87

YELLOW COACH BUSES 1923-1943 PHOTO ARCHIVE

Established in 1923 as a subsidiary of Yellow Cab Company, Yellow Coach was one of the most important names in the history and development of bus transportation in the United States. Before becoming a division of General Motors in 1943, Yellow Coach’s many innovations made buses more confortable, efficient, and safer.
€42.90

CORVAIR BY CHEVROLET: EXPERIMENTAL & PRODUCTION CARS 1957-1969

One of the most controversial cars ever made, Chevrolet’s Corvair is celebrated in this unique pictorial history. Photos of the production Corvairs through the years are interspersed with prototypes and concept cars based on this unique rear-engined auto. It’s a feast for fans of the endearing Corvair.
€33.57

HEAVY RESCUE TRUCKS 1931/2000 PHOTO GALLERY

For nearly half a decade these huge trucks have carried special equipment needed for reaching and rescuing people from fires, auto accidents, floods, hurricanes and more. This book covers heavy rescue trucks all across America, including major cities (Boston, Chicago, San Francisco, etc.) as well as smaller towns that have had unique and impressive squads over the years. See rigs from the early builders like Gerstenlager, Swab, and Reading. Also see modern rigs built by such well-known companies as E-One, Pierce, Saulsbury, and Supervac.
€33.60

CIRCUS & CARNIVAL TRACTORS 1930-2001 PHOTO ARCHIVE

Action photos of construction and farm tractors put to use by circuses and carnivals. Tractors were adapted by traveling shows to drive and pull stakes, load canvas and load trains among other uses. This book will appeal to tractor enthusiasts and circus fans alike.
€42.90 €29.00

JAVELIN PHOTO ARCHIVE FROM CONCEPT TO REALITY

Get an inside look at the development of American Motor’s Javelin beginning with the early design stages of the Javelin, including early sketches, interior design, clay work, fiberglass mockups, and show cars. From there move to the actual production models. Includes the entire Javelin lineup and specials including the TransAm Javelin and the Mark Donohue Javelins.
€42.90

RAMBLER 1950-1969 PHOTO ARCHIVE

Several small cars were introduced by American companies in the 1950s but only the Rambler was successful. From 1950-1969 more than four million Ramblers were produced, setting a sales record for indipendent makes that remains unbroken even today. In this exciting new book, exquisite photographs illustrate models throughout the entire lifespan of the modern Rambler.
€39.00

STUDEBAKER LARK 1959-1966 PHOTO ARCHIVE

On the brink of bankruptcy in 1956, Studebaker needed a new car to survive. The result was the 1959 Lark. Designed to cut costs the Lark was kept simple. Sales in 1959 were good. In fact, it was the best sales year for Studebaker since 1950. Ultimately, the Lark was not enough to keep Studebaker alive but it added years to the company’s life. Lark models have continued to gain popularity with collectors and they’re attractive, fun to drive and some models are fast. High quality photos and in-depth captions bring you the entire line of Larks from the first to the last.
€33.00

DRAG RACING FUNNY CARS OF THE 1960S PHOTO ARCHIVE: FROM SUPER STOCKERS TO FLOPPERS

In the 1960s funny cars captured the fans with tremendous smoky burnouts and gigantic wheelstands, they were so unpredictable that you never knew what to expect - they might go straight or end up glancing off the guard rail. Heroes were born and idolized with their driving talents and their showmanship. Arnie "The Farmer" Beswick, "Mr. Pontiac" Jess Tyree, The "Kings of Smoke" - Farkonas, Coil and Minick’s "Chi-Town Hustler," Don Schumacher, "Big John" Mazmanian, and "Jungle Jim" Liberman drew standing room only crowds each and every Saturday night under the lights! It was an era of development, of success and of failure. Many raced for Saturday night bragging rights, but many raced for a living - today they are legends of the sport, several of which have contributed information to this book.
€33.00 €20.00

INDY CARS OF THE 1970s

Last copies with some wear or marks for shelf exposure.
€25.00

INDY CARS OF THE 1940s

For the Old World, caught up in the traumas of a bitter conflict, America’s Indianapolis 500-mile race was a New-World beacon of auto-racing speed and excitement during the 1940s. While racing stopped in Europe in 1939, the Indy 500 raced on in 1940 and ’41. The post-war years brought new exotic machines including Fageol’s twin-engined four-wheel drive car, the front-drive Blue Crowns, and rear-engined Tucker Millers. In addition the first Kurtis racers and the awesome Novi debuted. This book brings to life the exciting era of the 1940s at Indianapolis. Wonderful period photos combined with detailed captions provide a great record of a spectacular era.
€28.00

DRAG RACING FUNNY CARS OF THE 1970s PHOTO ARCHIVE

See the cars raced by many of the legendary names in drag racing, including Don Prudhomme, Tom McEuen and Jim Dunn. The authors include action shots, as well as clear, detailed "in the pits under-the-shell" shots. Photographs show various makes and models of cars that have been reconstructed as funny cars, plus everything from stock to modified Camaros, Mustangs, Javelins, Dodge Chargers, and Firebirds, to oddball exhibition cars like the "backwards pickup."
€30.00 €20.00

PRO STOCK DRAG RACING OF THE 1970s PHOTO ARCHIVE

Subtitle:From Stockers to Doorslammers.
Pro Stockers are among the most spectacular and most competitive of drag racers. This photo archive shows some of the characters and a lot of the action from Pro Stock racing in the 1970s. It is a must buy for any classic drag racing fan.
€30.00

CHEVROLET CORVAIR PHOTO HISTORY

The Chevrolet Corvair is known as the car the Ralph Nader killed. This book points out that GM had already given up on the model for practical (read cost) reasons before Mr Nader`s book became a best seller. It tells the story of the Corvair from the first, basic models through the sporty coupes and turbocharged performance models to the final 1969 models that are much loved by collectors. It also tells of the compact trucks, Loadside and Rampside, the Corvan and the Greenbrier people carrier plus the Corvair powered Ultravan motor home.
€25.00 €12.50

THIRTY YEARS OF THE VOLKSWAGEN GOLF & RABBIT

This book covers the fascinating transition from Beetle to Golf and the subsequent development of the car that became a Volkswagen’s new icon. Included are Volkswagen archival photographs of early development projects and details about the people who built these charismatic cars. The story is more than facts and figures. It is an adventurous tale of a company whose future rested on the fenders of a hatchback economy car - a car that ultimately became a favorite of car enthusiasts around the world.
€30.00

PONTIAC’S GREATEST DECADE 1959-1969: THE WIDE TRACK ERA

Last copies with some wear or marks for shelf exposure.
€30.00

INTERNATIONAL HEAVY TRUCKS OF THE 1950s

With worn-out trucks after World War II and plans laid out by the Federal Government to build the Interstate Highway System, truck production really took off in the 1950s. Companies and drivers who used International semi-trucks worked hard to deliver the goods. A visual feast of International heavy trucks at work in the 1950s. View and read about the vast array of large trucks International built during the 1950s. High quality large format photographs present these trucks in many configurations doing all kinds of work for all types of companies. Includes delivery trucks, tankers, garbage trucks, over-the-road trucks, off-highway trucks and much more.
€30.00

LOST RACE TRACKS: TREASURES OF AUTOMOBILE RACING

Americans have raced on more than 6,000 racetracks, road courses & drag strips, at home and abroad, since an American Duryea and a German Benz met in the snow in Chicago in 1895. A few more than 1,200 still exist or are still used today. The rest have disappeared under shopping centers, airports and housing developments - or simply into the mists of time. Included here are the best remembered, the most important and the most interesting of those tracks, along with some that are remembered only by local historians. Come along for the ride and rediscover the heritage of automobile racing.
€33.00

MG COMPETITION CARS AND DRIVERS

MG established its winning reputation through competition. In 1925, Cecil Kimber set out to build sports cars knowing that racing and competition had to be a prime focus. This epic story by Knudsen, a well-known author/historian on MGs, documents every competition car in extreme and careful detail, starting with Old Number One and finishing with MG record cars. Archival photographs of the cars, their builders, and owners along with informative text and charts, provide an exciting read for MG enthusiasts.
€35.00

ENCYCLOPEDIA OF SMALL-SCALE DIECAST MOTOR VEHICLE MANUFACTURERS

The book provides collectors with an indispensable guide to the amazing variety of toy cars made over the past 50 years. Essential information on every miniature die cast motor vehicle manufacturer worldwide. Inside are concise company histories including the types of die cast they created and information to identify specific models. Includes brand names, distributors and promoters, as well as hundreds of full color examples. No other resource comes close to the overall scope and level of detail provided in this book. Whether you are new to toy car collecting or a 20-year veteran, this book will be your most important reference source.
€35.00

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