Car And Driver

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Fifty Years With Car And Driver

Author: Marty Padgett
Editor: Filipacchi Publishing
ISBN: 1933231009
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"50 Years with Car and Driver commemorates the golden anniversary of the most popular car magazine on the planet. But more than that, 50 Years with Car and Driver tells the story of the American automobile and how the editors of the magazine witnessed that history and reported on it, firsthand. A look at how Car and Driver evolved from its beginnings as Sports Cars Illustrated, in the able hands of great automotive journalists such as Ken Purdy and John Christy, and then came into it own as the musclecar era of the Sixties dawned. Writers such as David E. Davis, Jr., Brock Yates and Patrick Bedard helped to craft a literary car magazine that drew as much inspiration from Tom Wolfe's writing as it did from the great cars of the day." "Through the Seventies the magazine's reputation solidified as the technical authority on new cars, and the literary tradition continued with such writers as Don Sherman and author P.J. O'Rourke." "Throughout the Eighties, the magazine prospered even when its writers went off the deep end - literally, getting stranded in Mexico during a Baja comparison test. Car and Driver watched over the virtual rebirth of the American car during that decade, with the renaissance at Ford through the Taurus and the revival of the Corvette, while keeping its lock on the strongest feature writing in the auto magazines with stories like Brock Yates's thirty-years-past observance of the death of James Dean." "The Nineties saw Car and Driver continue its leadership as the world's largest-selling automotive magazine. From the introduction of the Acura NSX and the Mazda Miata to the brand-new Mustangs and Corvettes that have come in just the past years, Car and Driver has been the authority that readers trust when it comes to 0-60 times, road tests and reviews." "Fifty Years with Car and Driver combines classic stories from the magazine, commentary by former staffers including the author, vintage and modern photos of the hottest and most important cars reviewed by the magazines, as well as stories from behind the scenes - with all the attitude, expertise and visual excitement readers have come to expect from the magazine itself."--BOOK JACKET.

Car And Driver S American Road Warriors

Author: Editors of Car and Driver
Editor: Filipacchi Publishing
ISBN: 9781933231372
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From America's most popular automotive magazine, the editors at Car and Driver present a one-of-a-kind look at classic American muscle cars. Designed for speed and power, these cars are known for a high-performance matched only by their beauty.

Best Of Bax

Author: Gordon Baxter
Editor: Tab Books
ISBN: 9780830624393
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The author shares his memories of cars of the past, including a Model T Ford, a '31 Packard, a '59 Mercedes coupe, and a Buick Regal

Car And Driver Porsche

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Editor: Filipacchi Publishing
ISBN: 9781936297504
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The editors and automotive experts from Car and Driver magazine have examined, tested and covered every major car brand and model to have been released since the magazine's inception in the mid-1950s, and before. This new series of books on Iconic Cars compiles original feature coverage of landmark cars from the trusted pages of Car and Driver magazine. It's been called the best sports car money can buy and there's no doubt about the power, beauty and prestige that the Porsche name implies. Iconic Cars: Porsche highlights this powerful brand through the decades, putting the reader right in the driver's seat. Car and Driver has chronicled the German brand from its humble beginnings with the 356 Roadster to its modern lineup of supercars, super sedans and even super SUVs. For the first time, the magazine's most important and most entertaining Porsche reviews and features are collected in one volume, spanning road tests and comparisons from the early 1950s to today. From the 356 model, to the lesser-known 914 and 928 of the 1970s, to the stunning new Panamera sedan, Cayenne SUV, and the awe-inducing 911 Turbo, the book celebrates every significant aspect of these well-muscled automotive warriors. Porsche is the first in this series of Iconic Cars and is a perfect gift for Porsche enthusiasts and all lovers of timeless, iconic automobiles.

Car And Driver Buyers Guide

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Car And Driver Worktext

Author: Emily Hutchinson
Editor: Saddleback Educational Publishing
ISBN: 1602918465
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Themes: HiLo, Lifeskills, career, achieve independence, skills, driving. 32 Compact two page lessons are each tightly focused on a particular subtopic to guarantee comprehension and build a foundation for further practice and skill development. Back of the book list of key words in each. Preview & Review exercises introduce & wrap up each unit. A topic related "Everyday Math" application in every lesson. Content Includes: Becoming a Good Driver, Buying a Car, Maintenance and Repair, Driving and the Law.

Car And Driver New Car Guide

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Youth And Driving A Bibliography

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Sports Car And Competition Driving

Author: Paul Frère
Editor: Pickle Partners Publishing
ISBN: 1787200663
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This practical manual been written for the car-owner who is already a competent driver under normal road conditions but who would like to be a better-than-average driver, and especially for the man who wishes to try his hand at competition work—both racing and rallying. Paul Frère—Grand Prix driver and engineer, Le Mans winner and author—gives invaluable instruction based on his many years of experience on the racing circuits of Europe and America. He deals briefly with theoretical matters and then proceeds with his driving lessons: making the most of practice; learning a circuit; racing starts; cut-off and braking points; slides and drifts; taking advantage of road camber; passing and being passed; slipstreaming; driving under wet and icy conditions and racing at night. He also gives practical advice on race tactics, flag marshals, time keeping, pit signals, race wear, seat belts, the choice of gear ratios and tyres and the different problems posed by road and track racing. With the aid of 60 photographs and diagrams M. Frère explains the correct line to take on various types of corners and why, the effects of peculiarities of surface, and analyses the forces acting on a car in cornering. The book is “required reading” for every ambitious driver in Club and Formula Junior racing and for Rallymen.

The Influence Of Car And Driver Stereotypes On Attributions Of Vehicle Speed Position On The Road And Culpability In A Road Accident Scenario

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New York Magazine

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New York magazine was born in 1968 after a run as an insert of the New York Herald Tribune and quickly made a place for itself as the trusted resource for readers across the country. With award-winning writing and photography covering everything from politics and food to theater and fashion, the magazine's consistent mission has been to reflect back to its audience the energy and excitement of the city itself, while celebrating New York as both a place and an idea.

Racing Driver

Author: Giles Chapman
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An interactive introduction to car racing that recreates the immediacy and excitement of being behind the wheel. Original.

Accidents On Main Rural Highways Related To Speed Driver And Vehicle

Author: United States. Bureau of Public Roads
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Car And Driver On Porsche 1955 62

Author: R. M. Clarke
Editor: Brooklands Books Road Tests Series
ISBN: 9780948207556
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Synergist

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Official Gazette Of The United States Patent Office

Author: United States. Patent Office
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Car And Driver On Mopar

Author: R. M. Clarke
Editor: Motorbooks International
ISBN: 9780948207495
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