American Dream Cars: 60 Years of the Best Concept Vehicles

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Krause Publications, 2002 - Transportation - 348 pages
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Chronologically organised, this text offers a visual history of the wonderful and sometmes wacky experimental machines, starting with the Buick Y-Job dream car of the 1930s up to the 2002 fuel-cell-propelled concept cars and light-duty trucks.

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Contents

GM Corp
7
Buick
19
Cadillac
33

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About the author (2002)

Phil Hall's first small book, Eighteen Poems, was published by Cyanamid, the Canadian mining company, in Mexico City, in 1973. Among his many titles are: Old Enemy Juice (1988), The Unsaid (1992), and Hearthedral--A Folk-Hermetic (1996). In the early 80s, Phil was a member of the Vancouver Industrial Writers' Union, and also a member of the Vancouver Men Against Rape Collective. He has taught writing at York University, Ryerson Polytechnical University, Seneca College, George Brown College, and elsewhere. He has been poet-in-residence at Sage Hill Writing Experience (Saskatchewan), The Pierre Berton House (Dawson City, Yukon), and elsewhere. In 2007, BookThug published Phil's long poem WHITE PORCUPINE. Also in 2007, he and his wife, Ann, walked the Camino de Santiago de Compostela. His most recent books of poems are The Little Seamstress (2010) and KILLDEER (2011). He is a member of the Writers' Union of Canada, and lives near Perth, Ontario.

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