The Illustrated Directory of American Cars

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MPI, 2003 - Transportation - 480 pages
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This book charts the progress of the automobile in America from the beginning of car production, through the explosive automotive creativity of the 1950s and into the future of the automotive industry today. It highlights the work of the big three, Ford, Chrysler, and General Motors, and the smaller companies who didn't survive the 1930s and 1940s like Crosley, Packard and Studebaker.

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Andrew Montgomery's love American automobiles started in his boyhood, when family transportation included a Galaxie Sunliner Convertible, a Thunderbird Landau, a Pontiac GTO and a Parisienne. Today he works primarily on film productions and has a number of screenplays to his credit, as well as other publications.

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