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Hot Rod Gallery: A Nostalgic Look at Hot Rodding's Golden Years: 1930-1960 (Cartech)

Pat Ganahl gathers his finest images to tell the story of the history of hot rodding from the beginning to 1960 through fascinating and rarely seen photos. From salt flats to drag strips, from car shows to street cruising, including '50s Hot Rods and Customs in color, Hot Rod Gallery has it all.

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  1. 1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Beautiful Photo Collection!, August 3, 2014
    By 
    Darcia Helle (FL) –
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    This review is from: Hot Rod Gallery: A Nostalgic Look at Hot Rodding’s Golden Years: 1930-1960 (Cartech) (Hardcover)
    This book offers a wonderful glimpse of hot rodding in the early years. The history is told through a fantastic assortment of photographs, both black & white and color. Each one offers a snippet of information as to what the photograph pertains to.

    The author obviously spent a lot of time on research and gathering all the photos and data here. This book is geared toward every car fan, not just motorheads. It’s not comprised of lots of technical data, but instead appeals to all car fans.

    My husband is a car enthusiast, particularly regarding the old hot rods. While he’s not much of a book lover, he does love this one.

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  2. 1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
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    Tons of photos, tons of stories, absolutely brilliant and fun, June 13, 2014
    This review is from: Hot Rod Gallery: A Nostalgic Look at Hot Rodding’s Golden Years: 1930-1960 (Cartech) (Hardcover)
    My experience with the publisher, CarTech, is that they just don’t print books that are clunkers. This is another of their lovingly crafted compilations of cars, in this case, the titular hot rods from 1930 to 1960. The quality and reproduction of the photographs are some of the best I’ve seen by this publisher. This is also a very dense work with TONS of photographs and lots of accompanying text, much of it the personal knowledge of the author/expert, Pat Ganahl. VERY highly recommended for the hot rod lover in your life (which might be you). My favorites? Probably the vintage “cheese cake” shots of women standing next to some very beautiful automobiles.

    I also recommend CarTech’s Classic Japanese Performance Cars and Diggers, Funnies, Gassers & Altereds: Drag Racing’s Golden Age which are similarly chock full of an array of fascinating photos with accompanying text lovingly written by aficionados in their fields. In my opinion, of the three books, Ganahl’s HOT ROD GALLERY is the closest to being a true coffee table book.

    Publisher supplied copy for review purposes.

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  3. 5.0 out of 5 stars
    Hot Hot Rodding Photos and Stories, August 23, 2014
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    NLE

    This review is from: Hot Rod Gallery: A Nostalgic Look at Hot Rodding’s Golden Years: 1930-1960 (Cartech) (Hardcover)
    George Barris. Von Dutch. Chopped tops. Dual engines. These things are portrayed – and very well- by Pat Ganahal in his new book: Hot Rod Gallery: A Nostalgic Look at Hot Rodding’s Golden Years: 1930-1960. Pat knows whereof he speaks: he is “recognized as one of the world’s foremost authorities on hot rods and custom cars as well as a photographer and photo archivist.”

    This book contains Pat’s photo collection, some of which were originals shared with him by the drivers and car owners, These show the cars, the people and, in come cases the pioneers of hot rodding in America. We see the Pasadena Roadster Club of 1947 on their first Reliability Run.
    We see excellent (indeed, legendary) paint jobs on nearly every page.

    I think the best part is the narration. The photos are a huge attraction but I live for explanations and the book has many. I learned a lot and my dear hubby was ecstatic to learn that we get to keep the book! Go out and get this for your car dude. He’ll be very impressed!

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