Standard Catalog of Imported Cars 1946-2002

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Krause Publications, Oct 1, 2001 - Transportation - 912 pages
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This is the only book that completely lists accurate technical data for all cars imported into the U.S. market from 1946-2000. With many imports approaching the antique status, this book will be a big seller across all generations of car enthusiasts. From the grandiose European carriages of the late Forties to the hot, little Asian imports of the Nineties, every car to grace American roadways from across the Atlantic and Pacific is carefully referenced in this book.

&break;&break;Foreign car devotees will appreciate the attention given to capturing precise data on Appearance and Equipment, Vehicle I.D. Numbers, Specification Charts, Engine Data, Chassis, Technical Data, Options and Historical Information.

&break;&break;Collectors, restorers and car buffs will love this key book from noted automotive authors, James Flammang and Mike Covello.

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About the author (2001)

Mike Covello has been a passionate auto enthusiast for more than 30 years. He started in the parts department of Luigi Chinetti Motors, a Ferrari dealership, in the mid-1970s. There he learned the mysteries contained in these exotic machines. Since then, he has been driving new cars and writing car reviews in Yankee Driver and numerous national automotive publications. Mike also updated the Standard Catalog of(R) Imported Cars 1946-2002, 2nd Edition. He lives in Bolton, Connecticut.

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