Rusting Hulks of Our Heritage
As automotive photographer Will Shiers, traveled American roads during the last 10 years he took photos of the empty shells of the forgotten and rusted shells of vehicles accenting fields, roadsides, yards, barns and junk yards.
In 250 color photos, Shiers shows the relics of our mobile history from 1910 to the 1970s.? Each photo is documented with history, model and location.
The 208-page paperback book is a large format (8.25 x 10.625-inches) which allow for large color prints.? It?s a great book for anyone interested in old cars.
Shiers, who resides in the United Kingdom, is an automotive photojournalist with several thousand articles and photos published in automotive magazines.? He has supplied photos of Abandoned American cars to Classic American magazine for the last decade, and is currently the technical editors of Motor Transportation newspaper.
Roadside Relics: America?s Abandoned Automobiles is published by Motorbooks, a division of Quayside Publishing Group.?? To read more about the book or to purchase it go online to http://motorbooks.com/.