|Title and Author/Editor:||Once Upon a Car: The Fall and Resurrection of America’s Big Three Automakers-GM, Ford, and Chrysler (Bill Vlasic, 2011), Driving Honda: Inside the World’s Most Innovative Car Company (Jeffrey Rothfeder, 2014), The Flying J Story: From Cut-Rate Stations to the Leader in Interstate Travel Plazas (Howard M. Carlisle, 2002), The Firestone Story: A History of the Firestone Tire & Rubber Company (Alfred Lief, 1951), The Hemi in the Barn: More Great Stories of Automotive Archaeology (Tom Cotter, 2007), Engines of Change: A History of the American Dream in Fifteen Cars (Paul Ingrassia, 2012), Wheels for the World: Henry Ford, His Company, and a Century of Progress, 1903-2003 (Douglas G. Brinkley, 2003), High and Mighty: SUVs: The World’s Most Dangerous Vehicles and How They Got That Way (Keith Bradsher, 2002), A Better Idea: Redefining the Way Americans Work (Donald E. Petersen and John Hillkirk, 1991), The Inventions, Researches and Writings of Nikola Tesla (Thomas Martin), The Elegant Solution: Toyota’s Formula for Mastering Innovation (Matthew E. May, 2007), Andre Citroën: The Man and the Motor Cars (John Reynolds, 1996)|
|Period:||Late 20th/ Early 21st Century|
|Edition Statement:||First Edition/First Printing, Early Printings, Second Edition|
|Number of Books:||12|
- wear to covers and dust jackets with chipping, bumped corners, rubbed edges and soiling; writing to endpapers; tanning to text blocks and text edges; markings to bottom text edges.
- measures Wheels for the World.