"New Complete Book Of Collectible Cars: 1930-80, is by Richard M. Langworth, Graham Robson and The Auto Editors Of Consumer Guide. The book was published in 1987 and measures approximately 11" x 9" and has over 400 pages. This book is hard-bound and with a book jacket and both are in excellent condition. What is a "collectible" car? What is it that makes one car desirable to today's collector, while a seemingly similar one languishes for lack of interest? Which automobiles are considered "true" classics, and which have been accorded Milestone status" These and many more questions are most often asked by many of the more than half-million people who are actively involved in the old car hobby today. The answers can be found in this newly revised and updated edition. An example of what is listed about each car is: 1953-55 Chevrolet Corvette, the production numbers for each year, history of the car, for & against (pros & cons), specifications, engine types, and prices and projections. There are black and white pictures with each car.
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Book Description Beekman House - A division of Crown Publishers, In, 1995. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0517479346