Books Reveal the Fascinating History of Chevrolet

July 21st, 2020 by

If you love Chevrolet as much as we do, it’s time to get your hands on one of these books. We’ve rounded up several of the most interesting reads on the history of Chevrolet so that our friends and neighbors in Grand Prairie, Texas, can learn about this hard-working, all-American brand.

Zora Arkus-Duntov: The Legend Behind Corvette by Jerry Burton

The Chevrolet Corvette is one of the most iconic cars in the history of American automobiles. This biography on Russian-Jewish immigrant Zora Arkus-Duntov tells the story of how the engineer influenced the development of the Corvette.

Chevrolet: 1911-1960 by Michael W.R. Davis

This book is part of the Images of America, which tells a snippet of American history in an image-heavy format. Its pages are filled with photographs of old models and prominent figures from the early years of Chevrolet history.

The Complete Book of Classic Chevrolet Muscle Cars: 1955-1974 by Mike Mueller

If you are looking for a gift for a muscle car fanatic — or happen to be one yourself — this is a great option. The book focuses on a period when American muscle cars were large and in charge. Expect an in-depth look at Chevrolet models like the Impala Super Sport and Camaro Z28.

To learn more about the latest selection of Chevrolet models, contact Graff Chevrolet in Grand Prairie, Texas.

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