Overview Corvette 1963-1967 provides a unique picture of the car that defined America’s true sports car for decades. It does not delve into the details of engines, styling, performance or a myriad of other design features. It does not discuss the legendary conflicts between chief stylist Bill Mitchell, and chief engineer Zora Arkus-Duntov. It is … Continue reading AlphaGearhead reviews Larry M. Galloway’s “Corvette: 1963-1967”!
If you spend much time working on cars, writing about cars, or just enjoy being around them, you’re bound to benefit from reading about cars. Whether you need to visit the factory service manual for complex maintenance, or want to know the history of your favorite brand, there’s a great book for you out there! … Continue reading The Gearhead’s Library
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