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American Motors Corporation- the Rise and Fall of America's Last Independent
American Motors Corporation- the Rise and Fall of America's Last Independent
The latest, greatest effort by acclaimed AMC historian
Patrick Foster.
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Hudson Automobiles Illustrated History 1909-1957
Hudson Automobiles Illustrated History 1909-1957
Another new book from award-winning writer Patrick Foster, this is the first history of Hudson to include color photography.
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Crosley and Crosley Motors Illustrated History
Crosley and Crosley Motors Illustrated History
A brand new book about the Crosley automobile and the unique man who created it.
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International Scout 1961-1980 Gold Portfolio
International Scout 1961-1980 Gold Portfolio
A new book in the renowned Brooklin series, it is made up of vintage articles written about the Scouts when they were new.
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Checker Automobiles
Checker Automobiles
Big new book on America's favorite cab- and a pretty neat personal car as well.
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Nash 1939-1954
Nash 1939-195B4
New book by Don Narus covers Nash during its growth years of 1939-1954 and covers Nash, Nash-Healey, Rambler, Suburban and Metropolitan.
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Avanti- Studebaker and Beyond
Avanti- Studebaker and Beyond
The great new book by John Hull, former CFO of Avanti Motors.
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Total Domination
Hudson –Total Domination
This great book tells the story of the Fabulous Hudson Hornets during their amazingly successful racing years of 1951-1954.
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The Olde Milford Press and Patrick Foster

One of America’s best-known automotive writers is historian/author Patrick Foster – a dedicated researcher who has spent more than 25 years studying various aspects of the automotive industry, has also been writing for automotive magazines for well over a decade.

He has appeared on several radio and television talk shows and also the documentary “Women and the Automobile”, produced for television, in which Foster explained the significance of the Nash Metropolitan, a car designed primarily for women.

Pat is a feature writer and columnist for Hemmings Classic Car magazine, write for Automobile Quarterly and Collectible Automobile, and has a column in Old Cars Weekly.

 The AMC AMX was an automobile in the Gran Turismo (GT) tradition. It was produced by the American Motors Corporation (AMC) and sold at a budget price.
The AMC AMX was an automobile in the Gran Turismo (GT) tradition. It was produced by the American Motors Corporation (AMC) and sold at a budget price.