The American Drive-in

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Motorbooks International, 1994 - Reference - 192 pages
The American Drive-In is a wonderful look at the nostalgic history, culture, and folklore of the drive-in restaurant--its development and the role it played in American folklife. Images from American Graffiti, Happy Days, and the finned and chromed cars from the '50s and '60s set the tone for this colorful, memory-filled book.

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The drive-in was once a classic expression of car culture and remains a fixture in the memory of the first baby boomers. In his lavish iconography of burger-on-the-dash emporia, Witzel (American Gas ... Read full review

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Acknowledgments
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Chapter Three
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