Close to 400 photographs in this handsome volume capture the excitement of automotive history, spotlighting the most innovative and important car design and their manufacturers, include many famous American models. Illustrations and words combine to re-create the adventures of designing the legendary cars that evolved into today’s indispensable, stylish, and efficient automobile. From Ghia, Farina, Giugiaro, and Bertone to General Motors, Chrysler, and Ford, Masters of Car Design traces the evolution of car production, while spectacular archival and specially commissioned photographs showcase the cutting-edge designs that have earned these manufacturers a major place in automotive history. A superb gift for automotive enthusiasts, this book brings to life classic car models and their designers with fantastic photographs taken by famous car photographers.
About the Author.
Larry Edsall, a professional automobile journalist, has worked for over a decade for AutoWeek. During his career, he has covered the most important motoring events and tested a wide range of vehicles around the world. He is the author of several books, including Legendary Cars (White Star).
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