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The Complete Book Of Classic Ford F Series Pickups

Author: Dan Sanchez
Publisher: Motorbooks International
ISBN: 0760344310
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Learn all there is to know about the most popular vehicles in history. Ford's F-series pickups are simply the most popular vehicles ever. The F150 set a modern-day single-month sales record for the industry with 126,905 trucks sold in July 2005, the most sales of any single nameplate in any month since the days of the Ford Model T. The F-series has been the best-selling vehicle in the world for most of the past forty years, and to date Ford has produced nearly fifty million models. The Complete Book of Classic Ford F-Series Pickups covers all the classic models in Ford's popular line of light-duty trucks, from the first F-1 pickup of 1948 through 1976.

Ford Tough

Author: Patrick Foster
Publisher: Motorbooks
ISBN: 0760358222
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In July 1917 Ford Motor Company introduced a one-ton chassis for commercial trucks, marking what many historians feel was its official entry into the dedicated truck business. Prior to this the company had offered commercial cars, including depot hacks and delivery van bodies mounted on its standard passenger car chassis. Dealers had also offered small after-market pickup beds that could be placed on the rear of a Model T car to convert it to a pickup. But with the debut of the rugged Model TT truck chassis, Ford was firmly in the truck market. Eight years later it introduced its first factory-produced pickup, a sturdy half-ton job that met with great acceptance. During the century that has passed since that first Ford truck chassis, the F-series has become the best-selling truck in the world, and the best-selling vehicle of any type in America. Every year the company sells over 700,000 F-series trucks, and well over 1.5 million trucks of all types, just in the U.S. It's an amazing success. Ford Tough: 100 Years of Ford Trucks tells the entire Ford truck story from the very beginning, when Ford got its start in truck production. This book provides the history of the wide array of models Ford has built over the past century, including the Model A roadster pick-up, stylish 81C pickups, legendary 1948 F-1, Bronco, Courier, Ranchero, Econoline.

Ford Trucks Since 1905

Author: James K. Wagner
Publisher: Crestline
ISBN: 9780879389062
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Ford Trucks Since 1905 James K. Wagner.An extremely comprehensive collection of words and pictures portraying the unique history of North American Ford Trucks. A culmination of untold hours of research, this history follows the entire lineof Ford trucks year by year 195-78. The most thorough reference available on these very collectible vehicles also includes Ford buses, vans, tractors, and heavy haulers. Hdbd., 8 1/2"x 11", 416 pgs., 2,+ ill.

Ford Heavy Duty Trucks 1948 1998 Photo History

Author: Paul Mclaughlin
Publisher: Enthusiast Books
ISBN: 9781583880432
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The first and only history devoted solely to Fords heavy-duty haulers provides big-truck enthusiasts with a comprehensive history of the line supplemented by a wealth of archival and modern photography. Every model is covered: the T Series, N Series, H Series, W Series, Louisville Line, C Series, COEs, and F Series.

Ford Pickup Color History

Author: Tom Brownell
Publisher:
ISBN: 9780879389130
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"My particular (Ford Model A) runabout had survived a fit of my uncle's anger . . . and it would suffer untold neglect at the hands of my cousins after I 'retired' from my lawn care career to pursue college study. Yet when I retrieved it for restoration years later, the tough-hearted truck would still start and run. . . . "--from FORD PICKUP COLOR HISTORY.

The Ultimate Encyclopedia Of Pickups

Author: Peter Henshaw
Publisher: Chartwell Books
ISBN: 9780785830092
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If modern automotive myth is to be believed, then America was built on the backs of a heavy-duty Mack, an International tractor, a Harley-Davidson motorcycle, and a Ford F-series pickup. This illustrated history of pickups, including Chevrolet, Dodge, Ford, GMC, and Jeep, is a perfect addition to the library of anyone who loves the American story and the history of the working people of this nation. Pickup trucks were the workhorses of an entire nation for the best part of a centuryâ??a constant presence through American history. In the 1920's, hard-working Midwestern farmers relied on their Model Ts and Chevys to coax a living from the land before loading up and fleeing to California as fields turned to dust in the 1930s. Militarized pickups helped to win the war, though by the 1950s and ‘60s pickups were back on the farm, on the building site, or acting as carry-alls for rapidly-expanding businesses. Until the early 1960s, pickups were working vehicles but sales rocketed through the decade as they were used to haul boats and camping trailers or transport hunters into the field. It began to dawn, as two-car families became increasingly common, that two-seater pickups weren't quite as impractical as they seemed, and it was not unusual for the owner of a sedan or station wagon to buy a pickup as well.

Chevrolet Trucks

Author: Larry Edsall
Publisher: Motorbooks International
ISBN: 0760352488
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"The full illustrated history of Chevrolet, from the Series 490 to today's Silverado and Colorado"--

The Complete Book Of Moto Guzzi

Author: Ian Falloon
Publisher: Motorbooks International
ISBN: 0760352216
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Everything you wanted to know about Moto Guzzi! The oldest European motorcycle manufacturer in continuous production, Italy's Moto Guzzi has built some of the most iconic motorcycles ever produced. Established in 1921, the company is one of the most traditional motorcycle makers and also one of the most innovative. Today Moto Guzzi has a higher profile than ever, thanks to its popularity among celebrities like Ewan McGregor. Moto Guzzi was formed by Carlo Guzzi, Giovanni Ravelli, and Giorgio Parodi after WW I. Carlo Guzzi's first engine design, a horizontal single, defined Moto Guzzi's road-going motorcycles for the company's first 45 years. In the 1950s, Moto Guzzi experienced tremendous success in Grand Prix motorcycle racing. Moto Guzzi has experienced low points as well as high points. In February 1967, a state controlled receiver took ownership of Moto Guzzi. It was while in receivership that Guzzi developed the 90-degree V twin engine that came to define Moto Guzzi. De Tomaso Industries Inc. purchased Moto Guzzi in 1973. In 2000 Aprilia S.p.A acquired Moto Guzzi. In 2004, Piaggio & C. S.p.A acquired Aprilia. With the financial backing of a large corporation like Piaggio, Moto Guzzi was once again on firm financial footing, and sales have been on the rise. For the first time ever, The Complete Book of Moto Guzzi: Every Model Since 1921 collects all of these iconic motorcycle in encyclopedia form, written by widely respected Moto Guzzi expert Ian Falloon.

Zora Arkus Duntov

Author: Jerry Burton
Publisher: Bentley Pub
ISBN: 9780837608587
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The story of Zora Arkus-Duntov is a quintessential American success story. From growing up during the Russian Revolution, life in Paris during the late-thirties, fleeing the Nazis during WWII, to coming to the U.S. and working on the first Corvettes, his life story would make great fiction if we didn't already know it was true. The name Zora Arkus-Duntov has long been inextricably linked with the Corvette in the minds of automotive historians and enthusiasts. But the story of Zora Arkus-Duntov runs far deeper than his twenty plus years of professional involvement as both Corvette's primary advocate within General Motors and as the fiberglass sports car's first chief engineer. Author Jerry Burton, founding editor and current editorial director of Corvette Quarterly, has written the first major biography of Zora Arkus-Duntov. In telling the complete story of this complex and fascinating man, Burton takes the reader from Zora's roots in revolutionary Russia to his relentless pursuit of the American dream amidst the backdrop of New York and Detroit during the height of America's love affair with the automobile.