by Robert D. Dluhy
Not exactly bedtime reading, this book is brimming with data but for those who want to skip the raw numbers it also offers insightful Big Picture analysis in the form of text and graphs.
by Pete Lyons
Twelve men that made a difference—for twelve months in which YOU will make a difference, right? Be inspired, learn something, look at pretty pictures. Go.
by Charlie LeDuff
Unless you live under a rock you know this storied US city is suffering. Will your city be next? Not if enough people read this book!
by Vincent Curcio
From wiping down locomotives to running an automotive powerhouse, Walter P. in a quintessential American “be all that you can be” story did it all and did it well.
by Heon Stevenson
American’s have a long-standing love/hate relationship with Madison Avenue. One minute complaining there’s way too much of it and he doesn’t pay any attention to it anyway. Then, almost without taking a breath asking Dilbert in the next cubicle if he happened to see the latest Miller spot and how about those cheerleaders outfits!
by Andy Dunlop
Before the days of even rudimentary safety features, brave and talented men raced brutally fast open-wheeled automobiles on the exciting dirt tracks of Middle America. Dunlop gives us a new appreciation of the lives of the people that crisscrossed the heartland on two-lane highways to compete in America’s bull rings on weekends.
by Michael Furman, text by Tracy Powell
This latest installment in this Auto Legends series turns its—and your—gaze upon American cars of “distinction.” Without taking anything away from the text, what most distinguishes all the books in this series is the fabulous photography.
by Tanya A. Bailey
Savannah, Georgia may be a hotbed for many things, but racing?
International participants declared the course America’s greatest and the author is certainly its greatest fan.
by John Heitmann
It’s complicated . . . what aspect of life is not affected by the car? It’s a big topic and this little book can get you started.
by Stan Luger
The introduction to this book advises that it has grown out of a dissertation the author submitted to the University of New York. It is a scholarly study of the history of the power and influence of the automobile industry on governmental policies and the interactions of government and industry
by Michael Lamm & Dave Holls
When first released in 1996 the book garnered raves from everywhere and everyone. The automotive media heaped on still more praise—and now it is released as a searchable DVD.
by Chris Lezotte
Pretty young women were featured in ads as passengers or spectators implying these were the lasses the target audience—men—would attract. This book examines how women have moved into the driver’s seat rumbling to work and shows in modern day muscle cars.