Paul Van Valkenburgh’s classic is mandatory reading for those interested in an insider’s account of Chevrolet’s involvement in racing in the ’60s.
Ron Will has only a few copies left from the one and only printing!
Dr. Dick Thompson, arguably the greatest pure Corvette racer of them all.
Same quirky, non-stop action as Gone in Sixty Seconds. Kids: Learn about CB Radios.
Ed Welburn (Retired GM Design VP) shares his experiences with Jim Hall and driving the Chaparral 2H.
Tom Semple recounts memories of Strother MacMinn from his Art Center days.
MstrErl speaks. Plus bonus feature: GM Damsels of Design video.
This book features a concise, well-written history of the manufacturers, with superbly photographed examples chosen to represent the marque.—Book Review
Donohue’s account of initial testing in Germany.
I saw this car at the Pavillions car show in Scottsdale a few years ago. It stopped me cold. Monumentally impressive.
“I simply want the world to know that men like Manuel Lopez still exist.”—Michael Lamm
Leave it to historian Stan Mott to uncover the little known history of tanks.
Two hundred pieces of original concept car art representing the 1950s up through today’s designs will be on display.
Original 76-page GM brochure from 1955 describing design and the styling process.
Stalin’s secret weapons designer, Igor Sokerov, to the resuce.
I about had a heart attack when the ’70 Trans Am hit the streets. Book Review.