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Auto Repair For Dummies

by Deanna Sclar

The top-selling auto repair guide--400,000 copies sold--now extensively reorganized and updated

Forty-eight percent of U.S. households perform at least some automobile maintenance on their own, with women now...


Motorcycling For Dummies

by Bill Kresnak

Few activities offer more fun and excitement than motorcycling, but to get the most out of it, there’s a lot you need to know. From buying and maintaining a bike, to riding safely, to finding great places...


Airport Engineering: Planning, Design and Development of 21st Century Airports

by Norman J. Ashford, Saleh Mumayiz & Paul H. Wright

First published in 1979, Airport Engineering by Ashford and Wright, has become a classic textbook in the education of airport engineers and transportation planners. Over the past twenty years, construction of...


Hot Rods: Roadsters, Coupes, Customs

by Dain Gingerelli

When it comes to building your hot rod, you're faced with choices for everything from which go-fast goodies to slap on your mill to what paint and other eye candy might define your rod more than anything else. ...


Billy F Gibbons

by Billy F Gibbons & Tom Vickers

Now available in paperback, Billy F Gibbons throws wide his garage and studio doors for an exclusive look at his exquisite vintage and way-out custom guitars and his influential hot rods and custom cars. From...


GTO: Pontiac's Great One

by Darwin Holmstrom & David Newhardt

 In 1963 Pontiac's Chief Engineer John DeLorean and his two favorite staff engineers, Bill Collins and Russ Gee, came up with an inspired way to keep Pontiac cars in the performance limelight:  bolt a big...


The Art of the John Deere Tractor: Featuring Tractors from the Walter and Bruce Keller Collection

by Lee Klancher

John Deere's most famous and fascinating machines are presented as they've never been presented before: in a studio, photographed against plain seamless backdrops. The result is a superb collection of unprecedented...


Rails Across Canada

by Tom Murray

 Few stories in the annals of railroading are as compelling as the construction, evolution, and astounding successes of the Canadian Pacific and Canadian National railways. This sprawling volume combines two...


Nothin' But Muscle

by Staff of Old Cars Weekly

The Street Fighters

True muscle cars make no apologies. They had one primary job: get the driver from Point A to Point B as fast as law, and the driver's driving ability, would allow. They started off in the...


Mustang:  The Original Pony Car

by Staff of Old Cars Wee

The People's Choice!

Was there ever a car that captured the imagination of the public like the Ford Mustang? From the rich and famous, to the down and out, to moms, dads, teens and seniors ... everybody seemed...


Corvette:  The Great American Sports Car

by Staff of Old Cars Weekly

The King of Cool

It seems impossible. At one time, the Corvette was the car that almost nobody wanted. When it first surfaced for the 1953 model year, the cars were rough-riding, underpowered, and lacking in...


Camaro & Firebird:  GM's Power Twins

by Staff of Old Cars Weekly

GM's 1-2 Punch

The argument will never have a winner. Which car was cooler, the Chevrolet Camaro, or the Pontiac Firebird? The two legendary GM F-bodies had so much in common - including the year they were born...


Caboose

by Brian Solomon

The image of a little red caboose trundling along behind a long freight train is a classic slice of Americana. With the help of nearly 300 marvelous modern and historical images depicting cabooses of all colors,...


60 Years Behind the Wheel: The Cars We Drove in Canada, 1900-1960

by Bill Sherk

From rumble seats to running boards, this book captures the thrill of motoring in Canada from the dawn of the twentieth century to 1960.


Alligators of the North: The Story of the West & Peachey Steam Warping Tugs

by Harry Barrett & Clarence F. Coons

In 1889, John West and James Peachey unveiled their new invention, a steam warping tug that would revolutionize the Canadian pine-logging industry. These tugs became known as northern alligators and helped loggers...


Storms of Controversy: The Secret Avro Arrow Files Revealed

by Palmiro Campagna & Major-General Richard Rohmer

The development of the Avro Arrow was a remarkable Canadian achievement. Its cancellation prompted questions that have long gone unanswered. Who was involved? Did Arrow technology find its way into the American...


The Wexford: Elusive Shipwreck of the Great Storm, 1913

by Paul Carroll

The steamer Wexford charmed spectators as it carried cargo across the Great Lakes. The Wexford's fateful final voyage was punctuated with opportunities to be saved, but attempts to make port led to tragedy....


Dancing in the Sky: The Royal Flying Corps in Canada

by C.W. Hunt

Dancing in the Sky is the first complete telling of the First World War fighter pilot-training initiative established by the British in response to losses occurring in European skies in 1916.


Mavericks of the Sky: The First Daring Pilots of the U.S. Air Mail

by Barry Rosenberg & Catherine Macaulay

It was the pilots of the U.S. Air Mail service who made it possible for flight to evolve from an impractical and deadly fad to today's worldwide network of airlines. Nicknamed "The Suicide Club," this small...


"TV" Tommy Ivo: Drag Racing's Master Showman

by Tom Cotter & Don Prudhomme

In the early 1960s, Tommy Ivo had the world in the palm of his hands. Still a young man, he was already a star of television and film with a promising Hollywood future ahead of him. Then his producers told him...