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Presenting, the largest car spotter of therii all: American Car Spotter's Guide 1966-1980. This giant pictorial reference source is more than 432 pages big. And it's packed with over 3,600 illustrations. Covering a shorter period than other books in the series, when fewer than twenty marques were being produced, it is the great proliferation of sub-makes and models that makes this book so intriguing—over 275 different models are illustrated. Models were introduced to capitalize on the performance car craze and the popularity of personal luxury cars. Other models were conceived to offer economy and ease of mainte-nance. And some of these cars were created to be the biggest, most sumptuous passenger vehicles on the road. In contrast, we also see the most significant results. of Detroit's massive down-sizing programs. Because of this enormous selection and the plethora of options available it is possible to discover many rare au-tomobiles in American Car Spotter's Guide 1966-1980. In fact, many of the cars illustrated herein are now prized collectors' items, with more achieving this lofty status every year. Included with the fascinating illustrations is interesting information about original prices, engine sizes, horsepower and other specifications. But it is the thousands of pictures that make this such a valuable book. You're sure to enjoy the Ameri-can Car Spotter's Guide 1966-1980.