The automotive world is filled with fantastic stories that seem too good to be true. Some of these tales are easy to verify with a simple Google search, but most are not. The fact is, the internet in many cases just perpetuates the rumors and ads to the confusion. Many questions still remain. Who really won the first Indy 500? Who killed the electric car? What is the real story behind that Bugatti in the lake? These and many more questions are answered in a new book titled History’s Greatest Automotive Mysteries, Myths and Rumors Revealed by Preston Lerner and Matt Stone.
Most car guys and gals pride themselves on having their facts straight when engaging each other in a conversation about cars. This book is sure to settle a few bets and put some arguments to rest. Well researched and thoughtfully written, this book is the last word on many of those urban automotive myths and legends that have been circulating for years. This is a fun and entertaining read. The stories are engaging and so interesting that you will find it hard to put down. Some of the facts are indeed stranger than fiction. Highly recommended.
This book is hardbound with 256 pages. Find it on-line at Motorbooks or Amazon.