The Early Ford V-8 as Henry Built It.
By Edward P. Francis and George DeAngelis
Published 1983 by Motor Cities Publishing Company
10405 Rushton Road, South Lyon, Michigan
This book should be on the bookshelf of everyone owning a 1932 through 1938 Ford Motor Company product. Many details about all models and engines are brought together in this Ford V-8 50th Anniversary Commemorative Printing.
The Colorful World of Streetrods
By Larry O’Toole
Published 1996 by Graffiti Productions Pty.Ltd
69 Forest Street, Castlemaine 3450, Australia
One hundred and twelve full color pages of beautiful streetrods!
Goodguys Hot Rod Chronicles
The History of the Hot Rodding’s First Family of Fun
Published 1996 by Thaxton Press, PO Box 1742,Sebastopol, California,95473
A brief history, 128 pages, of the Meadors family and the Goodguys organization.
Hot Rods and Cool Customs
By Pat Ganahl
Published by ARTABRAS a Division of Abbeville Publishing Group
488 Madison Avenue, NY, NY 10022
Hot Rods and Customs with lots of details photographs and the “lingo’ of the field in a, too often hard to find, glossary.
Details and Specifications of the Ford V-8 Car for 1934
Published by Polyprints, Books abut Fords.
This small (4X6.5 in, sixty page) “To the Ford Salesman” booklet will
answer many of your specification and dimensions questions about
our favorite automobile. Dating from 1934, its trivia quotient is great.
MAC’S Antique Auto Parts sells it for $5.75 plus shipping. Part No.
VB5 (1934 RESTORER’S GUIDE).
If anyone has more information about the literature of the field we will be happy to include it. Please send it to us.