A lavishly illustrated collection of the 1,001 most groundbreaking and beautiful cars, from the earliest pioneering horseless carriages to the latest custom models for connoisseurs. This latest volume in the hugely popular 1001 series showcases the world’s best designed and most important cars.
Written by Muller, Wilfried
111 Porsche stories that will give you a greater insight into the lengendary car manufactory A must for anyone with even just a passing interest in Porsche What came first - the Porsche or the Beetle? Which Porsche racing car set every world record in the very year it was first presented in racing at Monza? And who is "Sascha"?
Written by Phil Patton
Wheels of history: From the Model T and DB5 to the VW Beetle and the Hummer Henry Fordjump-started the age of the automobile with the first assembly-line car in 1908: theModel T.
Written by Howland, Nathan
This book showcases a comprehensive catalog of restored WWII color Kodachrome slides. Many were taken during the heat of battle by individuals trying their hand at capturing moments of wartime service with little or no previous photographic experience. These images age with time, and vast numbers were stored in conditions not always conducive to long-term preservation.
Written by Witting Da Prato, Vitto
Having left motor racing in the early 1950s - at least officially - Alfa Romeo returned to the sport once again at the start of the following decade due to the commitment and enthusiasm of Autodelta. This Alfa offshoot distinguished itself by preparing and racing about 30 of the manufacturer's different cars that really did make history.
Written by Tabucchi, Maurizio
Over 100 years ago, a marque that stood out immediately in a young automobile panorama was founded on the outskirts of Milan - Alfa Romeo. A name that became synonymous with cars, so important has its presence been both industrially and in motor sport.
Written by Powell, Tracy
"American Auto Legends" presents more than 50 remarkable American cars in a chronological fully illustrated book filled with historic photographs. It covers all eras of American automobiles, from the "horseless carriages" of the early 1900s to the sleek and ultra-efficient machines of the early twenty-first century.
Written by Levitt, Michael
This is not your parents Art and Science of Sails, written by Tom Whidden and Michael Levitt and published in 1990 by St. Martin s Press. The first edition sold more than 20,000 copies. The Second Revised Edition 2016 is published by North Sails Group, LLC and written by the same duo. What a difference 25 years makes!
Written by Josh Condon
Beginning with the jet age of the 1940s and 1950s, air travel has been at the forefront of technology, culture, and luxury. The Art of Flying explores its fascinating evolution, curating a vibrant cultural history from the mid- twentieth century to the present.