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Strange but True Tales of Car Collecting Drowned Bugattis, Buried Belvederes, Felonious Ferraris and Other Wild Stories of Automotive Misadventure

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ISBN-10: 0760353603

ISBN-13: 9780760353608

Edition: 2017

Authors: Keith Martin

List price: $21.99
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Most car collectors exhibit a healthy enthusiasm for their favorite hobby with a tendency to dig into their favorite marques, chase parts, swap stories, and generally live the car-guy lifestyle. Some, however, step over that fine line between enthusiasm and obsession--and that's the dusty place where these legendary car-collector stories come from. In Strange but True Tales of Car Collecting, Keith Martin and the staff of Sports Car Market Magazine recount the wildest car-collecting stories of all time. You will be blown away by these eccentric and over-the-top stories of collectors, and their collections. Have you heard of the fellow who squirrelled away dozens of Chevelles, Camaros, and…    
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Book details

List price: $21.99
Copyright year: 2017
Publisher: Quarto Publishing Group USA
Publication date: 10/24/2017
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 256
Size: 6.50" wide x 9.50" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.990
Language: English

Keith Martin is a trained graphic designer with experience in print, photography, and all forms of electronic design. He has used Macs since 1986, and started creating multimedia productions in 1989. He first started experimenting with Web design in 1993, and is constantly thankful for today's visual Web page design tools. He is Macuser magazine's technical editor, and the author of Web Expert: Color and the Haynes Mac Manual. He lives online and in South London, and spends his spare time making custom software, creating Web sites and discussing interface design, advising and lecturing at his old college - the London College of Printing - and practicing off-road unicycling with his sons.