Random House Value Publishing, Aug 18, 1991 - Science - 320 pages
What makes a classic car? Why are some cars in demand while others are forgotten? Which cars are smart investments? These and other questions answered in this striking, expert, beautifully illustrated and up-to-date guide. 500 full-color photographs.
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