Roadside America

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Simon & Schuster, 1986 - Automobile travel - 221 pages
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A trivia-filled odyssey across America that tells the reader, for example, where to see the world's largest twine ball and how to locate the Lawrence Welk museum.

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Manuel P. Asensio is founder and Chairman of Asensio & Co., Inc. He has over twenty years of corporate finance and research experience. He has been featured in Business Week, Fortune, Forbes, Worth, the New York Times, New York magazine, and the New Republic, among other leading publications. Mr. Asensio received his BS in economics and finance from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and holds an MBA in investment management from Harvard University Graduate School of Business.
JACK BARTH is a freelance writer and journalist. Mr. Barth's articles have been published in Worth, Spy, Outside, Premiere, and Rolling Stone. In addition, he has written for television, including episodes for The Simpsons and for the Comedy Channel. He is the author of four books: Roadside Elvis, Roadside Hollywood, American Quest, and Roadside America.

Mike Wilkins is a lifelong Mopar owner, restorer, and car enthusiast, as well as a respected judge of original Plymouth and Dodge B-Bodies both nationally and locally. Self-taught from his early teens, Wilkins has spent nearly half a century driving, racing, and restoring some of the finest Mopars in the United States. He has earned several Antique Automobile of America Grand National Senior awards, Mopar National Best of Show and first place awards, plus 16 magazine appearances. He has dedicated thousands of hours examining original, untouched cars and gathering research from other Mopar experts through the years by restoring every nut and bolt on these vehicles.

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