Archive for Author 'Helen Hutchings', only excerpts shown, click title for full entry.
by Rachel Harris-Gardiner
For almost ten years the author has run the Speedqueens blog, and it contains a lot of material. She has a plethora of stories to
tell, and while she crams too much information into this debut book, it also offers her and others great opportunities for further exploration.
by Jan B Young
Thirty-eight historical vignettes from Studebaker’s earliest years provide a look at life in America 1852 to 1930 and the then-nascent automobile industry and more.
by Ryan K. ZumMallen
Starting in 2023, some models of Skyline GT-Rs have cleared the 25-year rule that prohibited their legal importation into the US. This book describes how, and why, people had gone to great lengths to get their cars here before that.
by Waxy Wainwright, Mike Palmer, Chris Wall
Three school friends, a £400 Landy, wanderlust in the name of a bigger cause: the United Nations. This 1969 adventure makes for a unique tale, not least because it could hardly happen today because the world has not become a friendlier or more stable place since then.
by William R. Huber
He dreamed big, and achieved and built big. Though not a household name today, his legacy—one of beauty—is inspiring.
by J. “Kelly” Flory, Jr.
Now split into two volumes you find here yearly update on all US makes with production and sales figures, and details on all models offered that year—body styles, base prices, engine/transmission choices, specs, options etc.
by Josh B. Malks
Cord Complete is simply the most appropriate title possible for this book for a myriad of reasons. Comprehensiveness is just one of those reasons. It is an amplification of Malks’ earlier volume on the same topic.
by J.K. Kelly
Motorsports, international intrigue, political thriller—yes, this book is a work of fiction. There’s a lot going on on that cover image, and more in the book.
by James Stringer
Austins flew, floated and farmed, powered two- and four-wheelers, ran on rails, worked as taxicabs and went on very long trips.
by Mark G. Dill
Only five of twenty starters finished this last running of the Los Angeles—Phoenix race and were lauded as “Motormen of Speed,” with the winner crowned “Master Driver of the World.” That was Barney Oldfield, he of the wild antics and colorful reputation.
by Dean G. Tryon
EVs may be the future, and fuel injection has been around for decades—but carbs have not gone away! Air and fuel need to come together just so, and a multitude of factors influence the outcome.
by Rodney Kemerer
Thirty magazine columns now in book form. Musings about a little bit of everything and especially about cars—even toy cars—and their people.