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by Wolfe, Tom

Condition: Near Fine/None as Issued

New York, NY: Pocket Books, 1966. Pocket Books #75135. 2nd Printing of 1967. Text/BRAND NEW, showing trace margin discoloration. Soft cover/Fine. All leading text edges dyed red; light humidity color runs to upper/lower corners. Collection of outstanding articles, some first published in the Herald Tribune and Esquire, on the hot-rod, custom car culture of Southern California by journalist, writer, and novelist Tom Wolfe (1931 - ). Contents, following author's foreword, are: 1, The New Culture-Makrs; 2, Heroes & Celebrities; 3, A Metropolitan Sketchbook; 4, Status Stripe & the High Life; and, 5, Love & Hate New York Style.. First Edition, 2nd Printing of 1967. Soft Cover. Near Fine/None as Issued.


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