Per Boek Wijzer Auteur: Jean-Loup / MARTINEZ, Alberto NORY
Enthusiastically welcomed by the auto and automation-conscious American people, the American automobiles of the postwar motor industry were like no other cars made before... or since. At around twenty feet long and six feet wide and usually V8 powered, these ostentatious machines pulsed with life and flaunted aggressive styling. With paintwork ranging from rose-bud pink to brilliant red, and bright, shiny chromework, cars like the '55 Chevrolet, the '57 Fairlane and the '59 Cadillac were synonymous with the extrovert Wurlitzers and pinball machines that epitomised Rock-and-Roll America of the late 40s, 50s and early 60s - an America celebrating with verve and Uncle Sam-style its release from the tensions of depression and world war 2. Captured in glossy colour and fast-moving text are over twenty of the most amazing automobi-les from the wild and rebellious adolescence of America's auto-industry. They were an essential part of a great era for music, film and style - an era gone, but not forgotten...
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