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by John Gunnell

Category: Automotive
Subcategory: Engineering and Transport
Author: John Gunnell
ISBN: 0873497619
ISBN13: 978-0873497619
Language: English
Publisher: Krause Publications (December 15, 2004)
Pages: 224
Fb2 eBook: 1875 kb
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He has authored numerous automotive books including 75 Years of Pontiac: The Official History, Standard Catalog of Corvette 1953-2001, and Standard Guide to American Muscle Cars, along with more than 30 others. Paperback: 224 pages. Publisher: Krause Publications (December 15, 2004). This book would be more accurately titled "A Catalog of Volkswagen," as it doesn't rise to the level of standard in my opinion.

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John Gunnell Standard Catalog Of Volkswagen 1946-2004

John Gunnell Standard Catalog Of Volkswagen 1946-2004. ISBN 13: 9780873497619. Standard Catalog Of Volkswagen 1946-2004. He has authored numerous automotive books including 75 Years of Pontiac: The Official History, Standard Catalog of Corvette 1953-2001, and Standard Guide to American Muscle Cars, along with more than 30 others.

Standard Catalog of Volkswagen, 1946-2005.

This 976 page reference book provides car model and type, body style descriptions and unique characteristics, along with the history behind the cars

Standard Catalog of American Cars, 1946-1975 by John Gunnell In this post-WWII American car "Bible", John Gunnell presents you with every American car made from 1946-1975. This 976 page reference book provides car model and type, body style descriptions and unique characteristics, along with the history behind the cars. This volume is the standard of excellence for all auctioneers, insurers, hobbyists, investors, car dealers, restorers, and automobile enthusiasts.

Volkswagen Chronicle Graham Robson Publications, International Ltd. Good all-around Volkswagen history book, somewhat brief on specifics but a lot of photos and . Standard Catalog of VW, 1946-2004 John Gunnell KP Books. Technical info by year. Good all-around Volkswagen history book, somewhat brief on specifics but a lot of photos and information. Classic Volkswagens Colin Burnham Osprey Publishing.

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Standard Catalog of Volkswagen 1946 - 2004. The Standard Catalog of Volkswagen will show you every dimension, detail and important statistic about Volkswagen cars. It's the "must read" source for everyone who has driven or enjoyed the "Beetle" and all other Volkswagens. The world's most popular book on the mighty American cars of the 1960s and 70s is back and better than ever.

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The Volkswagen was introduced to America in 1949 - at that time, the simply designed, easy-to-operate cars were the antithesis of the flashy, chrome-covered popular American models. Yet, the Volkswagen persevered and since that time has grown to become a symbol of practicality and versatility in the U.S. Volkswagen enthusiasts will love this historical exploration of the reliable cars, covering all models imported to the U.S. from the first arrivals in 1949 to today's latest innovations. Over 180 listings provide complete coverage of each model with full-colour photos, as well as a look at some of the ads Volkswagen created, many of which toyed with their "anti-car" notoriety. Readers will find coverage of every model Volkswagen the US has seen, from the very popular Beetle to some of the most recent releases like the Touareg and Phaeton.
Comments to eBook Standard Catalog Of Volkswagen 1946-2004
Bil
This book would be more accurately titled "A Catalog of Volkswagen," as it doesn't rise to the level of standard in my opinion. It isn't a bad book, but I was disappointed with it. The text is rife with factual errors, such as the claim that 1969 was the first year for a "truly" independent rear suspension (not true; the axles on previous "swingaxle" VWs may not have been fully articulated with a CV joint on the outboard end, but they were nonetheless fully independent. Perhaps the "IRS" moniker applied to the newer transaxle causes confusion), or listing every year of Type 3s as having kingpin front suspensions even though they used ball joints from the start. There's a caption in the 1965 section that reads "Popular in North America in 1965 was the VW 1500 Fastback," but the Fastback was a 1600, introduced as a 1966 model. Another caption incorrectly calls a 412 wagon a Squareback. Small things, but you'll want to think twice about using this book to settle any bar bets. Maybe you're not a hopeless and annoying gearhead like me; you'll still likely be annoyed that the author almost never includes photos of new models with the year they were introduced; most the time, you'll have to flip ahead, and you won't even find a picture of the much-loved Thing at all. The illustration captions are unimaginative and repetitive, and the book could have used a final going-over by a copyeditor.

I'm not exactly sorry I bought it. There are plenty of photos, a detailed introduction and interesting historical notes, and if you're like me, you want every book on Volkswagen ever written. But this one needs improvement.
Tat
I enjoyed very much. If you want details about Volkswagens over the years, this is a good book for it. It is very accurate with few errors. One error I noticed was the pictures with the year 1968 are not 1968 Beetles.
Centrizius
This is an excellent reference book for VW enthusiasts. There is a plethora of information and photos for the different models. Amazon's used sellers offered it for a crazy low price, and this book is well worth the money.
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