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eBook Camaro (Muscle Car Color History) ePub

by Steve Statham

  • ISBN: 0760304262
  • Category: Automotive
  • Subcategory: Engineering
  • Author: Steve Statham
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Motorbooks; First edition (November 9, 1998)
  • Pages: 128
  • ePub book: 1217 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1124 kb
  • Other: lrf lrf docx txt
  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 719

Description

Camaro Z-28 and Performance Specials (Muscle Car Color History).

Camaro Z-28 and Performance Specials (Muscle Car Color History). Along the way, he has authored and photographed 12 books on automotive history and contributed articles to dozens of automotive publications. Steve also writes fiction. His new novel is Levers of Power, a sci-fi thriller. Series: Muscle Car Color History. Paperback: 128 pages.

This colorful gallery of photographs and text chronicles the history of Camaro from its birth in 1967 to the 1998 models. Vivid photographs include immaculately restored cars, plus factory ads, brochures, and period photography. Specialty and high performance models are highlighted, including Yenko Camaros, as well as Camaro racing and production history.

Camaro (Muscle Car Color History). Steve Statham is the author of the Connor Rix series of SF thrillers (Rules of Force, Levers of Power, Monsters and Angels), along with the space opera novel Gods and The City. 0760304262 (ISBN13: 9780760304266). He began his writing career in the automotive journalism field, reporting on custom cars, classics and race cars. Stev Steve Statham is the author of the Connor Rix series of SF thrillers (Rules of Force, Levers of Power, Monsters and Angels), along with the space opera novel Gods and The City.

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This colorful gallery of photographs and text chronicles the history of Camaro from its birth in 1967 to the 1998 models. Vivid photographs include immaculately restored cars, plus factory ads, brochures, and period photography. Specialty and high performance models are highlighted, including Yenko Camaros, as well as Camaro racing and production history.

Comments

Weiehan Weiehan
Just received this book. So far looks good. Maybe next time take off the $1.99 price tag on something you charged $8.76 for.
Ieregr Ieregr
Pick this book up. It provides a detailed account of the life and times of the greatest muscle car ever, the Chevy Camaro. Included are tons of pictures, reference drawings, diagrams, and tables to make sure you get the right information. This is a great, informative book and it doesn't show very much of a bias.
Blackworm Blackworm
I bought this for a friend for Christmas. He loves Cameros and truely appreciated this book. I will buy new editions as they come out.
Biaemi Biaemi
This was for my 9 year old grandson for Christmas. he loves it he keeps showing me the Camaros we see on the road now.
Little Devil Little Devil
Although somewhat limited in the mecanical evolution of the car like diferentials, shifters, tranies, computer chips, options etc... This book's sturdy, glossy pages are covered with great looking photographs of some very rare and perfectly restored Camaros. The Photography is class-A and the history write up is very imformative about the platform in general (as well as tuners and special packages introduced).
This book makes for a great coffee table book. Interesting for 2 minutes, or for a complete read. Also mentions historical perspective (such as the "mustang responce" which created the car, to the demise of the Charger, Javelin, and the Camaro's relation to the Pontiac Firebird). A great read for your teens to learn muscle car history. Original promotional material (posters etc..) are shown throughout the book and will take you back to the moment the car was made.
The final chapter covers the 4th gen cars (1993-2001). Lastest cars shown include a red 1998 SS convertible, a 1997 30th Anniversary Z28, a '97 30'th Ann. Brickyard pace car, and a '96 SS. Prototype cars are also shown throughout the book.
Why not 5 stars? I'd like a little more on the mechanical side, but that s just me. Worth the price (hey I paid more in a store, opps). :)