Stars and Cars

Stars and Cars
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Format: Hardcover Book , 224 Pages
ISBN: 9781781316764
Publisher: Aurum Press
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Description

Steve McQueen, a Mustang, and San Francisco; the ten-minute pursuit in Bullitt has remained the definitive movie car chase for nearly fifty years. Iconic moments from cinematic history do not get much better than this.

Stars & Cars is a celebration of the most unforgettable automotive moments in film, TV, and popular culture. Lavishly illustrated, it brings together the iconic cars that made an impact on our collective psyche, and the stars who drove, raced, collected, re-painted, crashed, or simply loved them to an obsessional degree.

From James Dean and his ill-fated Porsche Spyder, to the greatest Aston Martin moments in the Bond movies. Heroic Minis in The Italian Job, to the eye-popping paint jobs on the psychedelic limos commissioned by The Beatles--all of the greatest collaborations between stars and cars are featured in the pages of this book.
 

The author

Jacques Braunstein, a journalist at GQ and former editor-in-chief at Technikart, is the author of two graphic novels as well as one novel. He used to drive a Lancia coupé 1970 and then an Audi Quattro 1984 before giving up and buying a motorcycle like most Parisians.

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Specs

Format: Hardcover Book , 224 Pages
ISBN: 9781781316764
Size: 11.811 in x 9.055 in / 300 mm x 230 mm
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