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Hot Rod Milestones: America's Coolest Coupes, Roadsters & Racers

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You've seen these cars before. They're some of the best-known, coolest hot rods ever built. Each represents a clear vision, usually from one talented person. These hot rods set the standards; they were imitated, and when they made show appearances, they were coveted and revered. Hot Rod Milestones covers 25 of the most influential, innovative hot rods ever built from the l ...more
Hardcover, 191 pages
Published July 1st 2005 by CarTech
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Nancy
Jun 15, 2015 rated it really liked it
In Hot Rod Milestones, etc. Gross and Genat take 25 of the very best and tell us what made the cars fir into that category. We have cars from folks I haven’t heard of and from several that I have. There are great photos of the cars, events, pistons, engines, dashes. You name it, I’ll bet there is a photo of it in here somewhere!

I will mention a couple just to whet your appetite. #1 The original “Little Deuce Coupe” was purchased for $75 in 1956. It appeared on the cover of Hot Rod magazine in Ju
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Karen
Apr 30, 2015 rated it it was amazing
This book is a must-have for any car enthusiast. It is chock full of beautiful color and black & white photos depicting 25 of the coolest coupes, roadsters and racers. We learn the history surrounding each vehicle, information about it's various owners, and information about the inner workings of the car itself. There were two cars I liked the best. First, #21 Tony La Masa's '32 Roadster. Not only was this car featured in the TV show Ozzie & Harriet (driven by David & Ricky Nelson), ...more
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