Corvette

Author: Consumer Guide
Publisher: Publications International Limited
ISBN: 9780785379874
Size: 52.36 MB
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Provides the history of the Corvette after fifty years of production, offering information on changes in body style, engine specifications, and production.

Corvette Sixty Years

Author: Randy Leffingwell
Publisher: Motorbooks International
ISBN: 0760342318
Size: 59.71 MB
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Looks at the first six decades of the American sports car, from the early concepts to the sixth-generation incarnation of today, featuring rare and unpublished photographs from General Motors' archive.

Mustang Vs Corvette

Author: Colin Crum
Publisher: The Rosen Publishing Group
ISBN: 1477790101
Size: 76.97 MB
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Mustang and Corvette are the only two models that have won the Motor Trend Car of the Year twice. While each American original has followed a different path throughout the years, they are both in the same class in regards to quality and popularity. Can one really be better than the other? Readers will be presented with stats, fun facts, and handy charts to help settle this car battle for themselves.

The Complete Book Of Corvette

Author: Mike Mueller
Publisher: Motorbooks International
ISBN: 0760341400
Size: 12.80 MB
Format: PDF
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An accessibly priced, revised edition of an extensively illustrated, officially licensed guide to the first six generations of Corvette models shares in-depth coverage of each prototype and experimental model as well as the anniversary and pace cars and specialty packages for street and competition driving. Original.

Automobile Heritage And Tourism

Author: Michael V. Conlin
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
ISBN: 1315436205
Size: 20.75 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
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Automobile heritage encompasses a complex range of artefacts and activities. Beyond just historic vehicles which are the primary artefacts of this niche, it also includes communities of collectors and enthusiasts, private owners and public institutions, as well as historic motoring environments, literally thousands of museums, exhibitions and car shows throughout the world, and a range of paraphernalia that includes both original and replicated promotional materials, equipment and parts, and guide books. Although automobile heritage has been the subject of some limited research, Automobile Heritage and Tourism is unique in examining its scope and role within tourism. The book looks at a vast array of topics, from the experience of using and collecting old cars, related destination development, automobile heritage and museums, to events such as vintage automobile racing, promotion and social change. It thereby provides a thorough review of the impacts of automobile heritage on tourism. A number of theories provide a framework and are analysed throughout, including those related to the collection, display, exhibition and use of historic automobiles. The title takes a global and interdisciplinary view of the subject with international contributions from both established and emerging scholars in the field. This book adds to the industrial heritage tourism literature and will appeal to a diverse audience, in particular those in the fields of cultural heritage and industrial heritage tourism, but also practitioners involved with the planning, restoration, exhibition and management of automobile heritage attractions and events.

Hot Wheels Accessories

Author: Michael Zarnock
Publisher: Krause Publications
ISBN: 1440225508
Size: 79.50 MB
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With one Hot Wheels sold every six seconds, these childhood favorites remain a hot ticket collectible, and a resource devoted to Hot Wheels accessories is a must-have for any fan of these sleek and speedy roadsters. Every accessory produced since 1968 to 1998 is included in this comprehensive reference. Detailed listings, with up-to-date prices, cover various accessories including play, gift and track sets; superchargers; buttons; Christmas ornaments; puzzles and trading cards' and lunch boxes. Packed with more than 425 stunning color photos and listings for vintage and modern accessories, this book is a must-have for any Hot Wheels enthusiast. 425+ color photos for easy identification Listings for 30 years of Hot Wheels accessories Most-up-to-date prices give collectors current details for monitoring collections

Corvette Stingray

Author: Larry Edsall
Publisher: Motorbooks
ISBN: 0760343845
Size: 48.66 MB
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"The definitive, GM-licensed companion book for the autumn 2013 launch of the seventh-generation Corvette, a car that continues to define and re-define the American sports car."-Provided by publisher.

Corvette

Author: David Newhardt
Publisher: Motorbooks International
ISBN: 0760342237
Size: 49.67 MB
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For 60 years, the Chevrolet Corvette, arguably one of the most recognized sports cars in the world, has been the American sports car, an icon of American horsepower and performance. The list of the car's accomplishments both on and off track is legendary. Chevrolet has never built an ordinary Corvette. Even the most mundane coupe draws a crowd everywhere it goes. The Corvette is one of the longest continually produced sports cars in existence. With a performance heritage stretching back six decades, the Corvette has been offered in numerous specialty packages for both street and competition use, many of which now rank among the world's most valuable collector cars. Award-winning author and photographer David Newhardt tells the full story of these legendary machines in 300-plus photos of 50 potent Corvettes, from the original 1953 roadsters right up to the high-performance, high-tech beasts Chevrolet builds today, like the supercharged ZR-1, one of the fastest cars ever built for use on public roads. With hundreds of photos and concise, entertaining profiles, this is a book for every Corvette enthusiast.

All Corvettes Are Red

Author: James Schefter
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 0671685015
Size: 72.86 MB
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The inside story behind the legendary automobile chronicles its development from drawing board to production vehicle, offering additional insight into the inner workings of the U.S. automotive industry. Reprint.

The Complete Book Of Corvette

Author: Consumer Guide
Publisher: Crescent
ISBN: 9780517636732
Size: 25.53 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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A supercharged history of America's most exciting sportscar. Features a complete profile of each model from the dream cars of the early '50s to 1987's sophisticated world-class performers.