90 Years of History, Photos, Technical Data and Pricing
Author: John Gunnell
The Standard Catalog of Chevrolet 1912-2003 delivers everything a Chevy enthusiast or historian needs! You'll find 448 pages packed with more than 2,000 photos, history, production figures, and updated pricing information. The Standard Catalog of Chevrolet 1912-2003 includes: • A current market price guide showing values in Old Cars Report Price Guide's comprehensive 1 to 6 grading scale • Complete year-by-year model listings with history and technical details • Thousands of photos for easy model identification • Option lists, engine information, original pricing, and production information This book is a MUST for everyone that loves Chevys!
"Ferrari is simply the world's best known and most desirable pure bred sports car. Everyone knows Ferrari as the ultimate exotic, yet they may not know the individual models and details behind them. This is the first book of its kind to showcase every Ferrari road car since 1947, complete with technical specs, options and production numbers, all in full color. This reference sorts out the various engine families from the original 4 cylinders through the quintessential V-12s, plus model naming and numbering, special models, and unique facts. Standard Catalog of Ferrari: 1947-2003 includes an exclusive 6 condition price guide from the editors of Old Cars Price Guide."
Explores the business history of three major independent American automakers-Nash Motor Company, the Hudson Motor Car Company, and the American Motors Company-that faced fierce competition from the "Big Three."
How Businesses and Organizations Can Anticipate Global Insecurity
Author: Condoleezza Rice
Publisher: Hachette UK
Category: Political Science
From New York Times bestselling author and former U.S. secretary of state Condoleezza Rice and Stanford University professor Amy B. Zegart comes an examination of the rapidly evolving state of political risk, and how to navigate it. The world is changing fast. Political risk-the probability that a political action could significantly impact a company's business-is affecting more businesses in more ways than ever before. A generation ago, political risk mostly involved a handful of industries dealing with governments in a few frontier markets. Today, political risk stems from a widening array of actors, including Twitter users, local officials, activists, terrorists, hackers, and more. The very institutions and laws that were supposed to reduce business uncertainty and risk are often having the opposite effect. In today's globalized world, there are no "safe" bets. POLITICAL RISK investigates and analyzes this evolving landscape, what businesses can do to navigate it, and what all of us can learn about how to better understand and grapple with these rapidly changing global political dynamics. Drawing on lessons from the successes and failures of companies across multiple industries as well as examples from aircraft carrier operations, NASA missions, and other unusual places, POLITICAL RISK offers a first-of-its-kind framework that can be deployed in any organization, from startups to Fortune 500 companies. Organizations that take a serious, systematic approach to political risk management are likely to be surprised less often and recover better. Companies that don't get these basics right are more likely to get blindsided.
The Street Fighters True muscle cars make no apologies. They had one primary job: get the driver from Point A to Point B as fast as law, and the driver's driving ability, would allow. They started off in the early 1960s as mid-size sedans and coupes stuffed with oversized engines - Bel Airs, Catalinas, and Tempests - and it wasn't long before crazy hi-po machines came in all shapes in sizes. Mustangs, Camaros, Chargers, Chevelles, 4-4-2s, Gran Sports ... they all had one thing in common: big engines, and big performance. In Nothin' But Muscle, you'll find 199 of the greatest American performance cars ever built. From the earliest 1964 GTO, to the Shelby-built muscle/racers of the late-â€˜60s, to the ferocious Buicks of the 1980s and 500-plus-hp Viper and Corvette rocketships of today. Nothin' But Muscle brings you the most memorable and beloved pavement eaters ever seen on American soil.
This is the only book that completely lists accurate technical data for all cars imported into the U.S. market from 1946-2000. With many imports approaching the antique status, this book will be a big seller across all generations of car enthusiasts. From the grandiose European carriages of the late Forties to the hot, little Asian imports of the Nineties, every car to grace American roadways from across the Atlantic and Pacific is carefully referenced in this book. &break;&break;Foreign car devotees will appreciate the attention given to capturing precise data on Appearance and Equipment, Vehicle I.D. Numbers, Specification Charts, Engine Data, Chassis, Technical Data, Options and Historical Information. &break;&break;Collectors, restorers and car buffs will love this key book from noted automotive authors, James Flammang and Mike Covello.