Mercedes-Benz M-Class #AAU-BK-100-42

 

Mercedes-Benz M-Class #AAU-BK-100-42

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Mercedes-Benz M-Class

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It’s OK To Love Your Car By Ken Kamstra #AAU-BK-100-60

It’s OK To Love Your Car By Ken Kamstra #AAU-BK-100-60

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It’s OK To Love Your Car By Ken Kamstra

ISBN 9780967164007

The Idea Shelf Incorporated 2000

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Hardcover with glossy dust jacket. 2000. 224 p. 11.00 x 8.50 x 0.70. Living with auto erotic dependency. The purpose of this book is to educate and entertain

ISBN-10: 0967164001
Format: Book, Trade Cloth
ISBN-13: 9780967164007
Publication Year: 2000
Author: Ken Kamstra
Language: English
ISBN: 9780967164007
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ISBN-10 0967164001
ISBN-13 9780967164007

Key Details
Author Ken Kamstra
Number Of Pages 224 pages
Format Hardcover
Publication Date 2000-04-01
Language English
Publisher Idea Shelf, Incorporated, The

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Copyright Date 2000
Illustrated Yes

Dimensions
Width 8.5 In.
Length 11 In.

Taurus. The Making of the Car That Saved Ford By Eric Taub #AAU-BK-100-44

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Taurus. The Making of the Car That Saved Ford By Eric

ISBN 0525933727

Eric Taub

Penguin Publishing 1991

First Edition

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Taub, author of Gaffers, Grips and Best Boys ( LJ 11/15/87), presents this unique account of the Ford Taurus, a car developed in the 1980s and named after the astrological sign of the wives of its conceptual engineers. In addition, he outlines how Henry Ford built a dynasty, candidly presenting a picture of the never-ending turmoil that created the many powerplays for control of the company. Taub enthusiastically shows the joys, politics, disappointments, arguments, anger, and frustration that are found at all levels of management in a large research and development industry, interspersed with personal glimpses into the lives of key personnel. Although written for the general reader, specialists and scholars will find his study to be an interesting account of how corporate strategy is developed and challenged. Highly recommended.

Category: Books > Nonfiction

ISBN-10: 0525933727

Publisher: Dutton Adult

ISBN-13: 9780525933724

PublicationDate: 1991-11-22

Author: Eric Taub

EditionNumber: 1ST

Format: Book, Trade Cloth

Weight: 16.80

Publication Year: 1991

Media: Hardcover

Language: English

ISBN: 9780525933724

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ISBN-10 0525933727
ISBN-13 9780525933724

Key Details

Author Eric Taub

Number Of Pages 288 pages

Format Hardcover

Publication Date 1991-11-22

Language English

Publisher Penguin Publishing Group

Additional Details

Illustrated Yes

Dimensions

Weight 16.8 Oz

American Autobahn. The Road To An Interstate Freeway With No Speed Limits by Mark Rask (Signed Limited First Edition #311) #AAU-BK-100-53

American Autobahn. The Road To An Interstate Freeway With No Speed Limits by Mark Rask (Signed Limited First Edition #311) #AAU-BK-100-53

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American Autobahn. The Road To An Interstate Freeway With No Speed Limits by Mark Rask (Signed Limited First Edition #311)

Freeway With No Speed Limits by Mark Rask

Illustrations by Mark Stehrenberger

ISBN 0966913604

Vanguard 1999

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The automotive enthusiast’s “Bible” for fast-and-safe driving. A first-of-its-kind expose that shows how Germany, since 1970, has reduced the number of people killed on its roadways by almost 70 percent–while traffic moves on its Autobahn freeway system at 100 mph. The book also takes an in-depth look at America’s failed attempts, since 1940, to slow down “speeders” and save lives. A fascinating comparison between two radically different philosophies of safety, and how Germany’s high-speed approach could be adapted to American’s interstate. Included are eight color illustrations of tomorrow’s cars, trucks and motorcycles by world-famous automotive artist, Mark Stehrenberger. Many rare photos, ads and graphics. Fast-paced, informative and, yes, fun, this is the book the federal government and insurance industry don’t want you to read! Hardbound, 61/4″ X 91/4″, 312 pages, 55 black & white photos, 8 color.

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The automotive enthusiast’s “Bible” for fast-and-safe driving. Detailed, fast-paced and, yes, fun, this book shows why America has failed to improve safety on the road and how Germany has saved lives, in spite of 100 mph speeds on its Autobahn freeway system.

From the Back Cover
Each year thousands of people are killed on this nation’s highways- many more injured and disabled. The reason for this continued death and suffering is an attitude of ignorance and apathy that allows federal and state safety programs to be either ill-conceived, ineptly handled or nonexistent.

AMERICAN AUTOBAHN takes a tough but enthusiastic look at the state of American highway safety, exposing the half-truths and myths about the single most misunderstood factor in traffic accidents today- Speed.

AMERICAN AUTOBAHN analyzes the dramatic combination of safety and speed on the German Autobahn and offers an exciting, new direction for America’s interstate that would make speeds of 100 mph, or more, commonplace on open stretches of rural freeway beyond the year 2000- with far greater safety than ever imagined at 55 mph.

AMERICAN AUTOBAHN will challenge everything you thought you knew about saving lives on the road.

About the Author
Mark Rask is a lifelong automotive and racing enthusiast. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Minnesota and a German language certificate from the University of Eichstaett, Germany. After twelve years of research, plus thousands of miles driving the Autobahn and interstate, Mark has written a tour de force–a book that will forever change how we think about the automobile, driving and safety. He lives in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

ISBN-10: 0966913604
Format: Book, Trade Cloth
ISBN-13: 9780966913606
Publication Year: 1999
Author: Mark Rask
Language: English
ISBN: 9780966913606
ISBN-10 0966913604
ISBN-13 9780966913606
Author Mark Rask
Number Of Pages 296 pages
Format Hardcover
Publication Date 1999-08-01
Language English
Publisher Vanguard Non-Fiction Books
Copyright Date 1999
Illustrated Yes
Dimensions
Width 6 In.
Length 9 In.

Who Works IndyCar 1996 First Edition USA By Francois-Michel Gregoire #AAU-BK-100-56

Who Works IndyCar 1996 First Edition USA By Francois-Michel Gregoire #AAU-BK-100-56

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Who Works IndyCar 1996 First Edition USA By Francois-Michel Gregoire

The Who Works guide for the 1996 PPG Indy Car World Series.

Compliments of Hollywood PacWest Racing Group.

Absolute mint condition hard cover issue book.

This is a rare item only available to press and credentialed media.

Vintage, out-of-print, collectible, historical IndyCar racing memorabilia, collectible, historical IndyCar racing memorabilia

A collectible keepsake item in IndyCar racing history.

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Evernham, Racer, Innovator, Leader By Williams Foreword By Jeff Gordon #AAU-BK-100-29

Evernham, Racer, Innovator, Leader By Williams Foreword By Jeff Gordon #AAU-BK-100-29

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Evernham, Racer, Innovator, Leader By Williams Foreword By Jeff Gordon

Hard cover issue in like-new condition

Triumph Books, 2001

ISBN-10 1572434570

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About the Author
Ray Evernham is the former crew chief for Jeff Gordon and the founder of Evernham Motorsports.
Product Description

This beautifully illustrated coffee table book covers every aspect of Ray Evernham’s ascension to the top of the racing elite. Detailing how a he ever wanted to do is race, this biography shows how all Ray Evernham has done is become one of the best minds in the sport. Often credited with Jeff Gordon’s amazing success, this work shows how Evernham has moved up the racing ladder from crew chief to team owner.

ISBN-10: 1572434570

Format: Book, Trade Cloth

ISBN-13: 9781572434578

Publication Year: 2002

Author: Ray Evernham

Language: English

ISBN: 9781572434578

Synopsis

This beautifully illustrated coffee table book covers every aspect of Ray Evernham’s ascension to the top of the racing elite. Detailing how a he ever wanted to do is race, this biography shows how all Ray Evernham has done is become one of the best minds in the sport. Often credited with Jeff Gordon’s amazing success, this work shows how Evernham has moved up the racing ladder from crew chief to team owner.

ISBN-10 1572434570

ISBN-13 9781572434578

Author Ray Evernham

Number Of Pages 156 pages

Format Hardcover

Publication Date 2002-04-01

Language English

Publisher Triumph Books

Copyright Date 2001

Illustrated Yes

Weight 16 Oz

Width 10 In.

Length 11 In.

Foreword by Jeff Gordon

300 Incredible Things for Auto Racing Fans on the Internet by Joe West and Ken Leebow #AAU-BK-100-52

Racing Fans on the Internet by Joe West and Ken Leebow #AAU-BK-100-52

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300 Incredible Things for Auto Racing Fans on the Internet by Joe West and Ken Leebow

ISBN 0965866882

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Incredible things for auto racing fans.
Auto racing is the fastest growing sport in America, and one of the most popular on the planet. Thanks to the Internet, we can now experience–up-close and personal–all the nail-biting drama, earth-shaking sounds and stunning imagery this incredible sport has to offer.

Let this book be your guide around the high-banked turns of Daytona, through the hairpin corners of Le Mans, over the sun-scorched earth of Baja and across the legendary bricks at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Experience stock car, open-wheel, drag, road, off-road, virtual racing and much more. This is your green flag to a never-ending journey into the breathtaking world of auto racing. Buy it for yourself and for anyone who loves the sport.

Category: Books > Nonfiction

ISBN-10: 0965866882

Publication Year: 2000

ISBN-13: 9780965866880

Language: English

Author: Ken Leebow, Joe West

Subject: Computers & Internet

Format: Trade Paper, Book

ISBN: 9780965866880

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ISBN-10 0965866882

ISBN-13 9780965866880
Key Details

Author Joe West, Ken Leebow

Number Of Pages 116 pages

Series The Incredible Internet Book Ser.

Format Paperback

Publication Date 2000-04-01

Language English

Publisher 300Incredible.com LLC
Additional Details

Copyright Date 2000

Illustrated Yes
Dimensions

Width 8.7 In.

Length 5.5 In.

Rivethead. Tales from the Assembly Line #AAU-BK-100-46

Rivethead. Tales From the Assembly Line #AAU-BK-100-46

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Rivethead. Tales From the Assembly Line By Ben Hamper #AAU-BK-100-46

Rivethead. Tales From the Assembly Line

ISBN 0446394009

Little, Brown & Company 1992

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An irreverent look inside the world of American auto workers provides observations on the automotive industry, the factory, the employees, and life on and off the assembly line for blue-collar, working-class Americans.

The man the Detroit Free Press calls “a blue collar Tom Wolfe” delivers a full-barreled blast of truth and gritty reality in Rivethead, a no-holds-barred journey through the belly of the American industrial beast.

Publisher: Little, Brown & Company

ISBN-13: 9780446394000

ISBN-10: 0446394009

ISBN: 9780446394000

Description
The man the Detroit Free Press calls a blue collar Tom Wolfe delivers a full-barreled blast of truth and gritty reality in Rivethead, a -holds-barred journey through the belly of the American industrial beast.

Key Features

Author(s) Ben Hamper

Publisher Little, Brown & Company

Date of Publication 01/07/1992

Language English

Format Paperback

ISBN-10 0446394009

ISBN-13 9780446394000

Subject Biography: General

Publication Data

Place of Publication New York

Country of Publication United States

Imprint Warner Books

Content Note black & white illustrations
Dimensions

Weight 290 g

Width 129 mm

Height 205 mm

Spine 18 mm

Comeback. The Fall and Rise of the American Automobile Industry By Joseph B. White & Paul Ingrassia #AAU-BK-100-45

Comeback. The Fall and Rise of the American Automobile Industry By Joseph B. White & Paul Ingrassia #AAU-BK-100-45

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Comeback. The Fall and Rise of the American Automobile Industry By Joseph B. White & Paul Ingrassia

Simon & Schuster 1994

ISBN 9780671792145

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ISBN-10: 0671792148
Language: English
ISBN-13: 9780671792145
Subject: American Automobile Industry
Author: Paul Ingrassia, Joseph B. White
Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
Format: Book, Trade Cloth
Special Attributes: Illustrated
Publication Year: 1994
ISBN: 9780671792145
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ISBN-10 0671792148
ISBN-13 9780671792145

Key Details
Author Joseph B. White, Paul Ingrassia
Number Of Pages 496 pages
Format Hardcover
Publication Date 1994-09-01
Language English
Publisher Simon & Schuster

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Copyright Date 1994
Illustrated Yes

Dimensions
Weight 18 Oz

The Car That Could: The Inside Story of GM’s Revolutionary Electric Vehicle by Michael Shnayerson #AAU-BK-100-14-2

The Car That Could: The Inside Story of GM’s Revolutionary Electric Vehicle by Michael Shnayerson #AAU-BK-100-14-2

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The Car That Could: The Inside Story of GM’s Revolutionary Electric Vehicle by Michael Shnayerson

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ISBN 067942105X

Publisher: Random House

ISBN-13: 9780679421054

Publication Date: 1996-08-27

Author: Michael Shnayerson

Edition Number: 1st

Format: Book, Trade Cloth

Weight: 20.80

Publication Year: 1996

Media: Hardcover

Language: English

ISBN: 9780679421054

Synopsis
Unprecedented secrecy surrounded the early development of General Motors’s Impact. Shnayerson watched the story unfold from a position of access never granted a reporter before–literally from the inside of the pace-setting GM Impact program. This is the first book to penetrate the silence surrounding GM’s risky and successful decision to become the world’s first mass producer of the electric car.

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ISBN-10 067942105X

ISBN-13 9780679421054

Key Details

Author Michael Shnayerson

Number Of Pages 256 pages

Format Hardcover

Publication Date 1996-08-27

Language English

Publisher Random House Publishing Group