Marketing Detroit Iron in the ’60s and ’70s
CAN-AM 50th Anniversary. Run-what-you-brung unlimited racing. Book Review.
Lost Collector Cars Along the Mother Road. Book Review.
Fangio Kidnapped! and other stories from embargoed Cuba. Book Review.
Book Review—The definitive history of Porsche’s Classic Era
Book review. This is how they do cars at GM Design these days.
Ford performance history by Martyn Schorr.
Great book about authentic hot rodding in the ’50s.
Sting Ray? Stingray? StingRay? Which is it?
Brock’s involvement with the design of the 1963 Corvette Sting Ray has been well overshadowed by his successes at Shelby American, but they are no less fascinating.
It’s no big secret that a lot of early motorcars took their body design from carriages. But it’s less obvious that carriage design evolved from shipbuilding.
Those were the days.
We don’t know what a Baumm is.
A time warp into a much different world of design than exists today.
R. Henry Gurr’s book played an important role in my interest in car design.
SpeedReaders presents authoritative reviews of transportation books and media.
This rare, out-of-print book was loaned to me by Richard Nesbitt.
Collections of historic information about Ford’s 1950 and 1960 decades.