COPO - Camaro, Chevelle & Nova Book
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Be one of the very first to get COPO, the full story of Chevrolet's ultimate muscle cars. Authored by Matt Avery, the book features photography of over 45 of the world's best COPO vehicles, captured by Matt, who conducted photoshoots in 14 US states as well as in Canada.

The book also features never been seen before archival images, sketches and documentation, sourced from Don Yenko's estate.

COPO is the must have reading for any muscle car enthusiast and certainly for those that appreciate the special cars Chevy's Central Office was slipping out.

 

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Motorbooks
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Founded in 1965, Motorbooks was acquired by Quarto in late 2007 and is celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2015. Motorbooks is among the world's leading transportation publishers, offering books created by motoring's top photographers and writers, many created with major partners like Harley-Davidson, Chevrolet, Ford and Chrysler and magazines like Hot Rod and Cycle World.

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CarTech Books & Manuals
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CarTech Auto Books & Manuals was founded in 1993 as CarTech, Inc and has become one of the leading publishers of how-to automotive titles for the hardcore enthusiast. In 1995 CarTech purchased the S-A Design line of book from Larry Schreib and Larry Atherton who had published their first book in 1975 titled, The Chevrolet Racing Engine, by Bill Grumpy Jenkins. This single title gained wide recognition as “the bible” of high performance engine design and assembly.

CarTech has continued to expand on this tradition and now has nearly 150 titles available for the enthusiast, in a wide variety of formats – from print to digital to video. Today, our publishing efforts include our traditional performance “S-A Design” titles along with race histories, biographies of industry icons; in addition to a number series that further assist readers with their projects:

Restoration Series for total restorations

Workbench Series for rebuilders,

Projects Series for in-depth coverage of major tasks

Pro Series for subjects requiring a more in-depth, technical review

CarTech is a company run by enthusiasts…for enthusiasts. No matter what the trends, from pro street to pro touring, from tire shredding big blocks to high revving electronically controlled turbo mills, CarTech will bring it to you.

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Day One: An Automotive Journalist's Muscle-Car Memoir
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"Day One: An Automotive Journalist's Muscle-Car Memoir" by Marty Schorr.  

Most muscle-car books celebrate beautifully-restored vehicles surrounded by hard facts; Day One tells the real story from the point-of-view of one of the period’s most respected automotive journalists, Marty Schorr.

For the first time, you’ll get a unique perspective on what it was like to actually drive, race, and otherwise thrash what are some of today's most valuable collector cars.

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Ford Total Performance: Ford's Legendary High-Performance Street and Race Cars
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"Ford Total Performance: Ford's Legendary High-Performance Street and Race Cars" by Marty Schorr.  

Follow Ford's leap into the 1960s and the performance era--on the streets and on the track!

In the early 1960s, Ford Motor Company underwent a dramatic change in corporate philosophy. Previously, under Ford's young chairman, Henry Ford II ("the Deuce") safety, not performance, was the goal.

But by 1962, even the chairman realized his philosophy needed to change. Ford was nearly invisible to car-crazy baby boomers. Lee Iacocca convinced Ford that he needed to act decisively or risk losing the emerging youth market to the competition.

Here is the interview with Marty Schorr on February 28, 2016

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