Author: Jan Young
Release Date: 2017-11-13
ASR Index is a complete and detailed index of everything that has appeared in the Antique Studebaker Review magazine since its inception in 1971. Of greatest importance are the advice items that are indexed by subject (engines, brakes, steering, etc.). Historical items are also indexed by subject as well as by the vehicle (model and year) they relate to. If you own, for instance, a 1939 Champion, ASR Index will give you instant access to everything that has been published about your car and much more. Indexed by model, year, AND subject matter, ASR Index is detailed and comprehensive, making it easy to find the information you need. Each listing, of course, refers you to the specific issue of Antique Studebaker Review and cites the page on which the item begins. ASR Index includes issues of Antique Studebaker Review from 1971 through 2017 by subject, model, and year. It contains almost 4,100 references on 54 pages.
Author: Jan Young
Release Date: 2009-03-06
The Studebaker History Corner is a collection of anecdotes and short stories covering the entire span of Studebakerâs history from 1852 through 1966. Including both the famous and the obscure, it provides perspective, adds detail to existing histories, and entertains with facts you havenât heard before, accompanied by authenticated and corrected versions of some of the stories you most likely have heard.For instance, the Studebaker History Corner includes an article on the Studebaker Electrics, setting them in the context of the rest of the electric auto industry. Studebaker, we learn, was an important manufacturer, but neither the largest nor the longest-lived. The book also includes the story of the Selden patent and Studebakerâs place in it, the fascinating story of a theft from the Studebaker administration building, the history of Studebakerâs unionization, an account of the relationship between Studebaker and Trans International Airlines and much more.
Author: Patrick C. Dorin
Publisher: Enthusiast Books
Release Date: 2007-09-27
The iron mining industry was quite extensive throughout the area known as the Lake Superior Iron Ore District, which included Michigan, Wisconsin, Minnesota and Ontario and other prominent iron mining regions to the northeast and east of Lake Superior in Ontario as well Quebec and Labrador. All of the iron ore was transported by rail to a wide number of lake ports on Lake Superior, Lake Michigan and Lake Huron. This book lists all of the ore docks constructed on the Great Lakes, as well as their operational life span right up to the present time. Each chapter for each railroad includes the types of ore docks once or currently operated as well as a roster of ore cars from the 1940s to the present time, and includes photos of the ore docks and ore cars, ore car schematics and pertinent data. It also provides some new perspectives for historical and future research, and can be used for the art work of model railroading.
Pontiac's most exciting performance car and million-seller is covered from the first 1969-1/2 models through the brand-new '99s. Included are photographs of special one-offs like the Pegasus/Banshee, as well as clay models, race versions, 25th anniversary editions, Indy pace cars, and movie cars. Photos and captions detail exteriors, interiors, and successive engine generations.