The 1960s and early 1970s were the age of raw American automotive power Whether it was a classic Hemi Cuda, Pontiac GTO, Charger, or Boss Mustang, big engines were king at local drag strips and cruises Muscle Cars explores this era and the current models with a broad survey of classic muscle and todays new machines Each chapter is organized around a theme milestones, factory racers, etc , each model getting a multi page spread of full color photography, performance stats, trivia, and Photos and stories from the people who built and raced these amazing machines make the book a must read for any fan of American muscle....
|Title||:||Muscle Cars (First Gear)|
|Publisher||:||Motorbooks First edition June 26, 2010|
|Number of Pages||:||240 pages|
|File Size||:||989 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Muscle Cars (First Gear) Reviews
The contents of this book is excellent, but being honest, Kindle edition demerits the experience of it because pictures are not big enough and if you try to zoom in in any of them, it will get pixelated. If you are someone who travels constantly or have space issues or something like that, Kindle edition is a good enough option, but if not, I suggest going for the paper edition.
Great History & Information.
I was looking for a car book for a 7 year old without all the inappropriate "girlie" pictures like in all the magazines on the racks. This book was perfect. It arrived on time....in perfect condition....and really made my grandson happy. Thank you.
My grandson greatly enjoyed this book. Lots of neat pictures and text.
The book has lots of color - all color pictures of the cars, their engines, and interiors. Chapters on each brand listed and different models in the chapters. Nice book to have. I am glad I bought it.
Catering more to a younger demographic(Hence the First Gear Name) this little softcover with cool design on the cover of 3 Pony Cars,the Best Being the Camaro In the Middle up Front has photos from other Mike Mueller/MBI books,it is more a compilation and Pictorial with very little writing(Interesting "Did you Know?" Sidenotes) It is bascially almost a pocket sized version of Mike Mueller's Motor City Muscle:The High-Powered History of the American Musclecar,except with more Pictures and spreads and less reading, I like both books and recommend them.
That it was a good book that I have read so far this year and I want to learn more about cars or trucks and how they work and it would be good for me to learn that it would help me later in my life so that I will know how to fix the problem out and won't have to take it some where to get fixed. That is why I think that it is best for me.