What every woman should know …about her car Jackson 1974 This quaint relic was written by a woman who worked in an auto shop for most of her life and wrote this as a help for those “liberated” women who
Petersen’s Vanning Trends 1977 Submitter: Look what I found while out weeding in our little County library today: . Check out “Marc” on page 77. His mom made the pillows and bedspread. And just look at that wet bar on
Automobiles of the Future Stambler 1966 My favorite part of the auto show is the concept car. Over the years I have seen quite a few interesting cars and I know that around my neck of the woods, this type
Driving How to Get a License (and Keep It!) Olney 1974 I always use a good rule of thumb is that if it could have been in my high school library’s collection, it is probably too old for a modern
Safe Driving Packard 1974 Getting a driver’s license was a big deal for me in 1976, and I am willing to bet that the above textbook would have been a possibilty in my driver’s ed class. I can’t remember much
Ford Tuning : Secrets Revealed Kotzig 2001 Submitter: I recently found this hardcover in the automotive repair section at my public library. It appears to self-published, but has some very professional-looking graphic design and doesn’t seem like a cheap book.
You Can Be a Professional Driver Liebers 1976 Submitter: In my defense, this book was NOT in our career section so I feel slightly better about not weeding it before now. It was probably a very good career book in its
Your First Car Fremon 1981 “Hey, Suzie, great sweater!” “Thanks, George. Groovy car!” “She’s all mine! Paid for her with my checks from the roller skating rink.” “Totally tubular!” Weed it, please. Holly