Famous GM Cars A General Motors has pictured some of the gm cars of yesteryear. On this cover, you see a few examples of first competing vehicles, which are now only memories. This softcover book has many full-color paintings of gm cars done, especially for general motors by Melbourne Brindle.
It is full of social and historical background descriptions for each period by Philip van Doren Stern.
Famous GM Cars A General Motors is in good shape for its age with one rip on the back page.
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Book dimensions: 12x10x2
We source from local estate sales in the Great Lakes Bay Region, only purchasing the highest quality books.
After photos are shot, the book is immediately placed in a clear self-sealed bag, stored in a climate-controlled room for protection until you purchase.
When shipping, your book is double-bagged using kraft bubble mailer's for protection.
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Our vintage books are authentic, sustainable, and unique.
Approximately 640,000 tons of books are deposited in the landfill annually at an average weight of 4 pounds each. This averages out to about 320 million books discarded each year that are not recycled. Wow!
As avid readers become more conscious of the environmental consequence of disposable books, we are looking for a more sustainable way to shop.
Most readers don't imagine when buying a new book how much paper we are using and what will happen to that paper in a year or two.
All of my vintage books are sourced from personal collections found in estate sales.
I'm passionate about preserving our past and passionate about the power of books to tell stories.
Because my goal at Reading Vintage is to connect readers to books, I hope to save these books from the landfill.
I'm proud to offer these books that are gently used, so you can find the titles you love in a way that's more environmentally friendly.
Pam of Reading Vintage