qThis automotive memoir follows a life spent nursing an obsession with cars. From those childhood adventures followed a lifetime spent elbow-deep in engines--Nashes, Hupmobiles, Mercurys, Citroens, Spitfires, Volkswagens, Lagondas, Siddeleys, Bentleys anOne of my favorite places was Airport Auto Parts, in a densely populated, heavily industrialized, poor area of Detroit, close by a small airport, which may have been the ... He was a walking interchange manual, and could often identify a part from another car that would fit in my application. ... sheet metal was extraordinarily thick, probably 18 gauge. I bought a hammer and dolly and worked my way around the body, doing more damage than good, attempting to remove the few dents.
|Title||:||Still Life with Cars|
|Author||:||John L. Lumley|
|Publisher||:||McFarland - 2005-07-14|