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Best Car Books

Steve Mertl tells us about the best car books out.

                                                        The Business
Car Guys vs. Bean Counters: The Battle for the Soul of American Business, by Bob Lutz $31 (e-book $13.99)
Rude Awakening: The Rise, Fall and Struggle for Recovery of General Motors, by Maryanne Keller. $12.95 (used)
The Reckoning, by David Halberstam. $7.50 (used)
Fordlandia: The Rise and Fall of Henry Ford's Forgotten Jungle City, by Greg Grandin. $19 (e-book $10.69)
No Angel: The Secret Life of Bernie Ecclestone, by Tom Bower. (e-book $12.09)
Driving Force: The McLaughlin Family and the Age of the Car, by Heather Robertson. $29.95 (used)
Go Like Hell: Ford Ferrari and Their Battle for Speed and Glory at Le Mans, A.J. Baime $18.95 (e-book $9.99)
Working The Wheel, by Martin Brundle $12.99.
The Unfair Advantage by Mark Donhue and Paul Van Valkenburgh. $70.
He Crashed Me So I Crashed Him Back, by Mark Bechtel $16. (e-book $9.99)
Top Gear Corner
The Man in the White Suit, by Ben Collins $24.99. (e-book $6.99)
Driven to Distraction, by Jeremy Clarkson $12.99 (e-book $8.49).
On The Edge and by Richard Hammond. Both $16.99.
Life is a Highway: A Century of Great Automotive Writing, edited by Darwin Holstrom and Melinda Keefe. $28.
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