This book isn't a workshop manual, and it's definitely not a reference source. This is a tongue-in-cheek look back on the cars we drove, and a fond examination of what was so good and evil about them. Along the way, you'll discover stories you haven't heard before, lies debunked and legends cut down to size. Not to mention some genuine what-were-they-thinking moments.
Number of Pages: 304
Edition: First Edition, Hardback
Publication Date: 1 Oct 2018
Publisher: Explore Australia
Publication City, Country: South Yarra, Australia
Dimensions (cm): 28(H) x 23.5(L)
Author BiographyHad he been born just a bit smarter, Dave Morley would have been an engineer or industrial designer. In the absence of Mensa a-knocking, he instead became a motoring journalist and has road tested every Holden and Ford (and pretty much anything else on the road) built in Australia since 1986. His passion for the subject matter has also seen him track down the Falcons and Kingswoods he was too young to drive professionally, and give them a walloping as well. Dave has owned a variety of both Ford and Holden cars over the years and remains a front-bar leper by refusing to nominate one brand over the other, believing them both to be capable of stupidity, short-sightedness, ignorance and world's-worst-practice. But when they get it right, both Holden and Ford have produced some truly inspiring cars. And Dave has the speeding tickets to prove it.