Книга: Джим Хайманн,Фил Пэттон «20th Century Classic Cars. 100 Years of Automotive Ads»

20th Century Classic Cars. 100 Years of Automotive Ads

Производитель: "Taschen"

От издателя:From the Model T and DB5 to the VW Beetle and the Hummer. Henry Ford jump-started the age of the automobile with the first assembly-line car in 1908: the Model T. Over the next century the automobile evolved from chugging workhorse to tail fin era showboat to sleek status symbol, complete with sleek hood ornament.

Формат: 160х200 мм, 592стр. (иллюстрации) стр.

ISBN: 9783836546157

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