Le guide de la Ford Mustang
Concrétisation d'un véritable concept pensé par Lee lacocca, la Ford Mustang première génération connaîtra une carrière longue de presque neuf ans. Retrouvez dans ces pages tous les détails de sa conception et de sa carrière. Du 17 avril 1964, date de sa présentation publique, au millésime 1973, la Ford Mustang a connu une évolution technique et esthétique. Elle a été déclinée en plusieurs versions, des modèles standard aux Shelby. En bonne américaine, la Ford Mustang offre un large choix de moteurs, de transmissions, de coloris et d'options. Pour bien identifier un modèle, apprenez ici à décrypter au mieux un numéro de série. Afin de vous aider à bien appréhender l'ensemble des commandes de votre Mustang, ce chapitre revient sur la manipulation des divers accessoires extérieurs et intérieurs, suivant les différences entre chaque millésime. Voiture réputée fiable et sans histoire, la Mustang souffre souvent d'un mauvais entretien ; apprenez les soins à lui prodiguer régulièrement pour que votre belle américaine conserve son prestige. Ce guide, complétée de nombreuses photographies en couleurs contient aussi des conseils précieux sur l'achat, la carte grise, les assurances, etc. Un chapitre sur les accessoires vous permettra d'enjoliver votre voiture. Ce guide a été réalisé avec la collaboration de la Revue Technique Automobile.
Over 60 of the hottest and most popular production, high-performance, and racing Mustangs are profiled in Ford Mustang. From the early coupes and GTs to today’s newest Shelby, the fastest and most unique pony cars are included in this history of the Mustang nameplate. Profiles of cars from every generation, including the Boss 302s, Mach 1s, and more, include full-color detail and portrait photos, a short history of the car, performance specifications, and trivia. Whether you’re a lifelong Mustang fan of just getting to know the great American performance machine, you’ll enjoy the depth and variety of Ford Mustang.
Mustang 1964 1 2 73 Restoration Guide
This ultimate book of knowledge on Ford's famous pony car has been updated to include all models through 1973. A technical reference source for an authentic restoration, judging parts and options originality, and deciphering serial numbers and data plate codes. Packed with 1,000+ photos, this book covers all first-generation Mustangs, from the earliest 1964 1/2 and 1965 models up through 1973.
Two Billion Cars
Today there are over a billion vehicles in the world, and within twenty years, the number will double, largely a consequence of China's and India's explosive growth. Given that greenhouse gases are already creating havoc with our climate and that violent conflict in unstable oil-rich nations is on the rise, will matters only get worse? Or are there hopeful signs that effective, realistic solutions can be found? Blending a concise history of cars and their impact on the world, leading transportation experts Daniel Sperling and Deborah Gordon explain how we arrived at this state, and what we can do about it. Sperling and Gordon assign blame squarely where it belongs-on the auto-industry, short-sighted government policies, and consumers. They explore such solutions as getting beyond the gas-guzzler monoculture, re-inventing cars, searching for low-carbon fuels, and more. Promising advances in both transportation technology and fuel efficiency together with shifts in traveler behavior, they suggest, offer us a way out of our predicament. The authors conclude that the two places that have the most troublesome emissions problems--California and China--are the most likely to become world leaders on these issues. Arnold Schwarzenegger's enlightened embrace of eco-friendly fuel policies, which he discusses in the foreword, and China's forthright recognition that it needs far-reaching environmental and energy policies, suggest that if they can tackle the issue effectively and honestly, then there really is reason for hope. Updated with a new afterword that sheds light on the profound changes in the global economy in the last year, Two Billion Cars makes the case for why and how we need to transform transportation now more than ever. "Authoritatively prescriptive." --Tom Vanderbilt, Wilson Quarterly "Provocative and pleasurable, far-seeing and refreshing, fact-based and yet a page-turner, global in scope but rooted in real places. The authors make a convincing case that smart consumers driving smart electric-drive cars can find the critical path to a safer planet." --Robert Socolow, Princeton University "In this insightful and persuasive book, Sperling and Gordon highlight one of the biggest environmental challenges of this century: two billion cars. They rightly contend that we cannot avert the worst of global warming without making our cars cleaner and petroleum-free. Luckily the authors also offer a roadmap for navigating this problem that is both visionary and achievable." --Frances Beinecke, President, Natural Resources Defense Council
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Navigating the numbers
This document provides data on greenhouse gas and international climate policy. It examines them at the global, national, sectoral, and fuel levels and identifies implications of the data for international cooperation on global climate change.
Rush to Judgment
This provocative book contends that George W. Bush has been treated unfairly, especially by presidential historians and the media. Argues that from the beginning scholars abandoned any pretense at objectivity in their critiques and seemed unwilling to place Bush's actions into a broader historical context.