Americans have had a love affair with the automobile since the first moment the Model T took to the road. Always symbolic of what's new, what's fast, and what's hot, Americans think of their cars as an extension of their own style and character. This marvelous volume celebrates the beauty, the power and the freedom that cars evoke in our national psyche, with breathtaking photographs that will thrill enthusiasts and backseat drivers alike. Mustangs, Corvettes, pickup trucks or Cadillacs, everyone will find the car that defines them--or fulfills their dreams--in this spectacular collection of America's favorite cars.Tests with a 1952 fiberglass Chevrolet convertible also proved the material to be strong and easy to work with and repair. ... A new option was a three-speed manual transmission. ... scalloped flanks, rounded rear fenders and attractive detailing, which helped to hold off the threat from Forda#39;s new Thunderbird (page 42).
|Title||:||America's Favorite Cars|
|Publisher||:||Gramercy Books - 2003-01-01|