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American Cars Of The 1940's--brand New 320 Page Hardbound Book W/factory Photos on

US $28.99

Williamsburg, Ohio, US

Williamsburg, Ohio, US
Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted Item must be returned within:14 Days Refund will be given as:Money Back Return policy details:Please return item in new/unopened condition if sold as new. Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer Restocking Fee:No Part Brand:Consumers Guide Surface Finish:hardbound book

This is a very nice brand new well-documented "American Cars of the 1940's" collectible book. It was published by the Publications International Group in 2012 and is nicely detailed covering all the listed  vehicles. The book measures 6-1/2"x6-1/2", features a full 320 pages and is filled with full-color and B/W factory photos, reproductions of original manufacturer brochures and asvertisments. This excellent book has NEVER been read or displayed--it is mint--brand new. Coming from a smoke-free home, I will carefully pad, pack and ship this heavy book with FREE US shipping with rates to Canada only a $15.75. Overseas bidders are welcome, with AIR shipping only $29.75 for this item. Buyers in the US may use either PayPal or other payment methods. Ric Kruse, 3703 Bass Road, Williamsburg, Ohio, 45176. Buyers OUTSIDE the United States please use PayPal since my small-town bank will not process any non-US payments. I am happy to DISCOUNT shipping on additional items so please check out my other items and be sure to add me to your favorites list for more neat car/truck/tractor stuff. God Bless!

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