Ford Models In Just One Book
If you have a Ford follower, a Ford fanatic, or simply a person who just adores vehicles, then you certainly are going to love this new book that was created and written by Randall Olson.
This book is titled ‘Ford in Miniature’ and it has just been published and released just this month in the United Kindom. Priced at only £19.99, many car lovers and fans would surely love this one. After all, this literary piece of work has been created with lots of pictures and has been printed out to be a colorful find.
By simply browsing through the book, you would find pictures of various cars and vehicles created by the Ford Motor Company for the American market. The list of vehicles includes not only vehicles and cars under the Ford brand but also vehicles that were marketed and sold under brands like Edsel, Lincoln, and Mercury. There are also pictures and descriptions of trucks offered in the 1920s up until the 1970s which could be now considered as classic. Of course, it would give you a chance to go through and see how you can restore or make your current vehicle look like a classic Ford vehicle by simply using Ford Galaxie 500 parts and other current parts available in the market.
Of course, the pictures and photos of Ford cars and vehicles are not the usual and real models. The Ford cars and vehicles would be miniature models, copied from the real ones. Experts in the automobile world claim that this ‘Ford in Miniature’ book by Randall Olson is the very first of its kind – a book that dwells and only discusses Ford models that were built by hand.
Buying this Ford book would give you some four hundred pages filled with color and with photos of those classic and extremely timeless Ford cars. The book also contains features and specifications of the real production vehicles. It would simply be like having your own car collection but this time, your collection would be so handy and could be used as a coffee table book.
About the Author: Jason Moore, a 35 year old freelance writer from Austin, Texas. He also works as a marketing analyst for an established auto parts store in the country.