Hot rod

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Dutton, 1950 - Juvenile Fiction - 188 pages
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Bud Crayne was proud to be the wildest, most reckless driver on the road. Then came a horrible accident and a lesson learned much too late.

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People don't get this book. Its about cars, and what they meant to the adolescent youth of the age. In a lot of ways, nothing has changed. The cars and some of the rules change. But the bottom line is, a guy with little otherwise going for him, can attain a degree of popularity and self discovery by building a car and being a part of the culture. People that expect this book to mean what it did when they were kids are idiots.
I think it is a 5 star book.
 

Contents

Section 1
9
Section 2
28
Section 3
61
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