The Ultimate History of America's First Great Automobile"Henry's Lady" may have put America on wheels 100 years ago, but Ford's claim to fame remains as exciting to Model T fans as the day the first one rolled off the line, and changed U.S. society forever. The classic design an... read more
Following the success of 500 Fantastic Cars, Haynes has excelled itself with Weird Cars, a celebration of eccentric cars in all shapes and sizes - some of the most ugly, crazily designed and downright awkward vehicles of all time. Where else would you... read more
Chrysler enthusiasts will discover a "family" album like none other in Standard Catalog of [registered] 1950s Chrysler. Chrysler, Dodge, DeSoto, Plymouth and Imperial, the gang is all here, with technical specifications collectors and enthusiasts need to reap the reward... read more
Six decades ago, Toyota was an embarrassment. Today, they are the auto- industry leader. "The Toyota Strategy" tells how they did it, and in such a way that allows readers to apply the lessons. Discover how Toyota is more than just a series of good business moves, b... read more
This amazing volume, with more than 1700 photographs, covers the Chevrolet vehicles produced since the first prototype was built by Louis Chevrolet in 1911, right up to the revival of the Corvette Z06 in 2006. There are lively captions and detailed charts which deliver the facts about... read more
Chevrolet has had an amazing history. Relive its great moments in Chevy Classics. The 490, the Master DeLuxe, the Corvette, the Impala, and more - they're all here to be seen in period advertising and beautiful photographs. 128 colour pages.
In 1935, William Lyons' new company, SS Cars Limited, launched a range of cars, the Jaguar. Later adopted by the company, the name became known for luxury saloons and sports cars noted for their style, performance and good value. This Album details with the early work of Lyons and his partner,... read more
From the dry lakes and the Barris Kustom shop to today's high-tech hot rods and high-concept customs, 'Hot Tod & Custom Chronicle' traces the history of an American cultural phenomenon. Read about more than 80 seminal cars and the numerous developments that helped move the ro... read more
From the last of the woody wagons in the early '50s to the tall-finned chromemobiles that closed out the decade, Cars Of The 1950s celebrates the glorious automobiles that defined this fascinating era. Each manufaturer and make featured is supported with colour photographs.
'50s Chevrolet leads readers through one of the most innovative eras of automobile engineering. A perfect mating of technical and production details with rich nostalgia, this book helps Chevy enthusiasts determine their favourite models. Whether collector, car buff or restorer this book is ... read more
Following up on Crap Cars and My Dad Had One of Those, for Father's Day 2008 Top Gear celebrates the mid-life crisis with the definitive collection of the flashest, fastest, most impractical cars ever to be found in the driveways of otherwise perfectly sensible men. Drawin... read more
SPECIAL PRICE For the first time in book form New Zealand's foremost mostorsport photographer, Terry Marshall, has collected together over 250 superb motor racing images from his historic archives. This highly collectible volume of motorsport images will transport readers back to a golden ag... read more