Delight the car enthusiast in your life, or yourself, with one of these five absorbing Chevrolet history books. Each title takes an in-depth look at a different aspect of the bowtie brand’s storied history and iconic vehicles.
“Chevy Drag Racing 1955-1980: A Celebration of Bowtie’s Success at the Drag Strip” by Doug Boyce
Packed with photos, facts, and behind-the-scenes stories, this well-researched book shines a spotlight on the heyday of Chevrolet drag racing.
“Chevrolet Trucks: 100 Years of Building the Future” by Larry Edsall
If you’re gift-shopping for a Chevrolet truck aficionado, consider this title, which explores the brand’s long legacy of quality pickups.
“Chevrolet: 1911-1960” by Michael W.R. Davis
“Chevrolet: 1911-1960” covers the brand’s first half-century, gathering loads of photos of Chevrolet vehicles, personalities, manufacturing facilities, and more.
“The Complete Book of Classic Chevrolet Muscle Cars: 1955-1974” by Mike Mueller
This colorfully illustrated book concentrates on the golden age of Chevrolet muscle cars, featuring detailed looks at the Impala Super Sport, Camaro Z28 and other legendary models.
“Zora Arkus-Duntov: The Legend Behind Corvette” by Jerry Burton
Zora Arkus-Duntov was one of the driving forces behind the development of the Corvette, and his biography makes for fascinating reading.
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