Mopar Muscle - Fifty Years - Dodge, Plymouth & Chrysler Performance by Robert Genat - Brand new still sealed in plastic. In 1955 Chrysler introduced the first of its famed 300 “letter series” cars. The company designed a stylish, sporty car, stuffed in one of its potent Hemi engines, and gave birth to the American muscle car. The C-300’s combination of style and performance put the Mopar brand ahead of its competitors in the postwar performance race. When the Detroit performance wars began in earnest during the 1960s, Chrysler was well positioned to build the most outrageous, bodacious cars of an outrageous, bodacious era. Cars like the famed Charger, Hemi Cuda, Roadrunner, Superbird, and Challenger T/A dominated the dragstrips as well as the NASCAR ovals. With color combinations guaranteed to burn out the corneas of your eyes if you stared at them directly, they ruled the streets, the drive-ins, and parking lots of America. Nothing was cooler than Mopar muscle. Over the years these legendary Mopar muscle cars were the fastest, baddest, most outrageous machines to rip up American pavement. They still are, from the audacious Viper to the red hot SRT Neons, the names Mopar and Hemi are still synonymous with performance. Product Details Hardcover: 352 pages Publisher: Motorbooks (Nov. 26 2004) Language: English ISBN-10: 0760320160 ISBN-13: 978-0760320167 Product Dimensions: 27.6 x 3.8 x 31.4 cm Comes from a smoke free home. We do come to Sarnia and Chatham approx once a week and we could arrange delivery as long as it is not a special trip just to deliver the item. I do use PayPal if necessary for invoicing and paying. Also we can ship at purchasers cost. We do provide combined shipping.