CarTech Releases New ‘Muscle Cars In Detail’ Books Spotlighting Chevelle, Mustang, and ‘Cuda
There’s a reason that muscle cars remain a venerated part of automotive history. A truly American creation that defined the culture of baby boomers in the ’60s and ’70s, muscle cars were an automotive legacy that deserves to be preserved.
As an archivist of automotive history, publisher CarTech is releasing a new series of books that studies vintage muscle cars from every aspect. Car Tech’s In Detail books preserve the history of the 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS, 1971 Plymouth ‘Cuda, and 1968 Ford Shelby Mustang like never before.
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Information on this Must-Have Muscle Car Book Series
CarTech’s new book series entitled In Detail aims to be a hit for devoted gearheads and casual fans of all ages. The first three books are being released in January; each is written by a different expert who’s spent decades studying each respective model.
- Volume One: 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS – Known as the “King of Muscle Cars,” this SS featured the model’s best engines.
- Volume Two: 1971 Plymouth ‘Cuda – The “Hemicuda” and its revolutionary E-body platforms still has a die-hard following.
- Volume Three: 1968 Ford Shelby Mustang GT350, GT500, & GT500 KR – Carroll Shelby helped turn this Pony Car into an SCCA-approved race car.
These in-depth spotlights document everything on each iconic model–from their design conception to their marketing and their hardware. Each paperback book is nearly 100 pages long and features over high-quality 100 photos. While most books of that caliber easily run over $30, the In Detail books have a competitive MSRP of under $20. At that price, you’ll want to buy all of them!
CarTech has more installments planned for the future, with other volumes covering Road Runners, GTOs, Superbirds, Trans Ams, and more.
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