2017 Car Culture Calendar

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ISBN: 189138404X
Size: 15.51 MB
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Slide behind the wheel of some great classic cars for an exciting look at the evolution of automotive dashboards through the twentieth century in the 2017 Car Culture ?Dashboards? Calendar.Inspired by the book, The Dashboard, this 11 x 8.5" wall calendar features the following unique cars:1964 Ferrari 250 LM1990s Fiat 1100 Taxi1938 Lincoln-Zephyr Convertible Coupe1939 Alfa Romeo 6C 2500 Super Sport1935 Mercedes-Benz 500K Special Roadster1953 Ferrari 340 MM2008 Rinspeed sQuba Electric Concept1970 AMC Javelin1925 Aston Martin Brooklands Grand Prix1960 Plymouth XNR Ghia Roadster1935 Auburn 851 SC Speedster1937 Peugeot 402 Darl'mat Legere Special Sport Roadster Recreation1957 Chevrolet Bel Air Convertible

Hot Guys And Baby Animals

Author: Audrey Khuner
Publisher: Andrews McMeel Publishing
ISBN: 9781449411848
Size: 19.61 MB
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Are you sick and tired of studly male models showing off their perfectly sculpted muscles? Have you had enough of cuddly baby animals flaunting their perfect newborn fuzzy cuteness? We didn't think so. Shirtless guys and puppy dog eyes take over with this collection of Hot Guys and Baby Animals by Audrey Khuner and Carolyn Newman. Hot Guys and Baby Animals features photos of gorgeous guys and their fuzzy friends, along with tongue-in-cheek captions detailing the likes and dislikes of each guy and baby animal. Let the "ohs" and "ahs" begin as male models play with puppies, snuggle kittens, nuzzle lambs, and even coo at a few chicks (baby chickens, that is). Perhaps the Sundance Channel says it best in its review of the California calendar that started it all: "Hot guys + baby animals = genius."

The Supercar Book For Boys

Author: Martin Roach
Publisher: HarperCollins
ISBN: 0008144125
Size: 19.31 MB
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Fully illustrated throughout, The Supercar Book for Boys is a sumptuously designed guide full of everything you could ever want to know about the best supercars on the planet. From number-one bestselling author Martin Roach, The Supercar Book for Boys is a must-have for all boys and their dads (plus petrol-head girls and mums ) interested in fast cars. With an introduction from F1 racing legend David Coulthard, as well as contributions from the biggest names in the field, this tour de force starts with the iconic 1954 Mercedes Gullwing and races through each respective decade of supercar history, showcasing the very best and most important vehicles in this scintillating species. Featuring the landmark 10 game-changers that have defined the genre and highlighting dozens and dozens of supreme supercars from the likes of Ferrari, Lamborghini, Bugatti, Pagani, McLaren and Porsche, get ready to be blown away by the beauty and power of these incredible vehicles. With a pre-history of the genre plus an excursion into American muscle cars, this comprehensive book takes us underneath the bonnets and peels back the bodywork of these mind-blowing machines, as well as exploring how supercar technology has affected everyday cars. The Supercar Book for Boys is a tour de force of the fastest, the most powerful and the most drop-dead gorgeous vehicles in supercar history. Jam-packed with almost 200 full-colour photographs, awe-inspiring statistics and exclusive interviews with supercar experts, and featuring every landmark star of the genre, this book is the ultimate guide for every supercar fanatic.

Art Of The Formula 1 Race Car

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ISBN: 9781610608114
Size: 18.91 MB
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Art of the Formula 1 Race Car brings a selection of these spectacular machines into the studio to expose not just the engineering brilliance of these cars, but also their inherent beauty.

Ferrari All The Cars

Author: Leonardo Acerbi
Publisher: Giorgio Nada Editore
ISBN: 8879116088
Size: 20.37 MB
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A new edition with updates to spring 2015, FERRARI ALL THE CARS A COMPLETE GUIDE: FROM 1947 TO THE PRESENT includes over 200 designs by illustrator Giorgio Alisi, and covers the history of the Prancing Horse model-by-model, from its origins to the present day, with current production cars. In this 'virtual gallery' the entire production of Ferrari appears in chronological order, sub-divided into grand tourers, sports racers and Formula 1 single-seaters. Each design is supported by a technical specification and text that illustrates the main technical and sporting characteristics. This new, updated edition includes a list of Maranello's cars, enriched by the 458 Italia Speciale and LaFerrari - cars that made their debut in 2013 to be joined by the California T (2014), the car that brought back the turbocharger, just like the F14 T with which Fernando Alonso and Kimi Raikkonen are competing for the Formula 1 World Championship.

And On That Bombshell

Author: Richard Porter
Publisher: Hachette UK
ISBN: 9781409164753
Size: 16.91 MB
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I was Top Gear's script editor for 13 years and all 22 series. I basically used to check spelling and think of stupid gags about The Stig. I also got to hang around with Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May. It didn't feel like something you should get paid for. From the disastrous pilot show of 2002 to the sudden and unexpected ending in 2015, working on Top Gear was quite a rollercoaster ride. We crossed continents, we made space ships, we bobbed across the world's busiest shipping lane in a pick-up truck. We also got chased by an angry mob, repeatedly sparked fury in newspapers, and almost killed one of our presenters. I realised that I had quite a few stories to tell from behind the scenes on the show. I remembered whose daft idea it was to get a dog. I recalled the willfully stupid way in which we decorated our horrible office. I had a sudden flashback to the time a Bolivian drug lord threatened to kill us. I decided I should write down some of these stories. So I have. I hope you like them. And now, a quote from James May: 'Richard Porter has asked me to "write a quote" for his new book about the ancient history of Top Gear. But this is a ridiculous request. How can one "write a quote"? Surely, by definition, a quote must be extracted from a greater body of writing, for the purpose of illustrating or supporting a point in an unrelated work. I cannot "write a quote" any more than I could "film an out-take". 'Porter, like Athens, has lost his marbles.'