Books: The Complete Idiot?s Guide to RVing

To RV or not to RV, that is the question.? I?ve always been under the impression it is better to drive a car and stay in motels or fly when traveling, but the book, The Complete Idiot?s Guide to RVing provides a more intelligent insight into the wide world of recreational vehicles. Authors Brent Peterson…

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Books: Form Follows Function

The Art of the Supercar ?Form Follows Function? is not only a guiding principle of architectural and industrial design, but it?s the title of Stuart Coding and James Mann?s beautiful book on the Art of the Supercar.Coding and renowned automotive photographer James Mann take 20 of the most significant supercars of all time into the…

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Books – Steve McQueen: A Passion for Speed

There are books about cars, people, speed and movies, but none brings all those concepts together more passionately than Fr?d?ric Brun?s new book, Steve McQueen: A Passion for Speed. ?A frugal use of words introduces a pursuit of speed, the body of a tuned machine, the movies, a passion for racing and the famous McQueen…

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Books: Shelby Cobra Fifty Years

There were only 1,009 Shelby Cobras built between 1962 and 1965, but when you Google ?Shelby Cobra?, there are 5,270,000 results before you can blink.? Few cars have had more impact, and it all came from one man?s dream to build performance cars. Carroll Shelby was a Texas chicken farmer in the 1960s before he…

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Books: ?My First Car?

Ever wonder what Jay Leno?s first car was?? Or how about Bob Lutz or Sir Stirling Moss or Danica Patrick? Matt Stone, the Editor of Motor Trend Classic magazine and Senior Editor of Motor Trend?magazine has done his homework and put it into a fascinating book called My First Car. Filled with racers, film stars,…

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Books: Camaro: Five Generations of Performance

It took General Motors a couple of years to react to the tremendous success of the Ford Mustang, but they did respond, they did it in style with the Chevrolet Camaro and the pony car battle began.? Author Darwin Holmstrom and photographer David Newhardt have captured the Camaro history from that beginning right up to…

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Books: Bob Lutz ? ?Car Guys vs Bean Counters?

The one man who has probably had more impact and insight into the American auto industry is Bob Lutz.? A legend in his own time, the 47-year veteran of the auto industry,has a ?resume that includes stints with BMW, Chrysler, Ford and General Motors.. Car Guys vs Bean Counters ?? The Battle for the Soul…

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