Author: H. F. Moorhouse Publisher: Manchester University Press ISBN: 9780719029165 Size: 60.50 MB Format: PDF, Docs View: 1722 DownloadRead Online
Moorhouse (sociology, U.of Glasgow) interprets the post-war American passion for hot rods and drag racing as an extreme example of the country's attitude toward automobiles.
Author: Dean Batchelor Publisher: Motorbooks ISBN: 9780879389826 Size: 44.95 MB Format: PDF, Mobi View: 5371 DownloadRead Online
Traces the history of vehicles built or modified for racing from the late 1920s to the early 1970s. 200 illus.
Author: Timothy Remus Publisher: Wolfgang Productions ISBN: 9781929133680 Size: 61.63 MB Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi View: 2201 DownloadRead Online
For anyone who wonders when a straight axle is the best choice or what the advantages of an independent suspension are, this book offers a detailed look at both the purchase, and set up of front and rear suspension systems.
Author: David N. Lucsko Publisher: JHU Press ISBN: 0801889901 Size: 31.83 MB Format: PDF, ePub, Docs View: 4489 DownloadRead Online
Lucsko offers a rich and heretofore untold account of the culture and technology of the high-performance automotive aftermarket in the United States, offering a fresh perspective on the history of the automobile in America.
Author: William G. Scheller Publisher: Hugh Lauter Levin Associates ISBN: 0883631199 Size: 31.68 MB Format: PDF, Kindle View: 5481 DownloadRead Online
An illustrated celebration of custom car building, inspired by the popular weekly cable program, features full-view portraits and detail photographs of more than two dozen top designs by Boyd Coddington, in a volume that also chronicles ...
Author: Peter Vincent Publisher: Motorbooks International ISBN: 0760309566 Size: 67.30 MB Format: PDF, ePub View: 2044 DownloadRead Online
This collection of six photo-essays from one of the world's most revered hot rod photographers examines the major hot rod styles to develop over the last half-century.
Author: Brock Yates Publisher: Motorbooks International ISBN: 9780760315989 Size: 12.52 MB Format: PDF View: 442 DownloadRead Online
Recounts the saga of the Eliminator, a race car built from used parts by a Pasadena mechanic that achieved legendary hot rod status, and details the rediscovery and restoration of the vehicle forty years later.