Car Collector Magazine, December 2007
“You have to love David Newhardt’s spectacular photography and a well laid out presentation of the world’s most valuable muscle cars. (Colin) Comer knows of what he writes, he is one of the leading muscle car dealers in the country, so this is writing about what he does for a living, and telling readers which cars hit the ‘two comma barrier’ and why. Newhardt puts into pictures what words alone cannot convey: the absolute power of these uniquely American collector cars. David’s images make perfect visuals to accompany Comer’s informative text. His advice is solid and based on experience. And that’s something you work for. His historical narrative about the cars is well researched, and for $35 you not only learn a few things, but have a great looking book to set on your coffee table, or if luckier, on the front seat of your Million-Dollar Muscle Car.”
Antique Automobile, November/December 2007
“Respected muscle car expert Colin Comer tells the story of each of these rarest of rare cars.”
Auto Restorer, December 2007
“There are many legitimate reasons why you should purchase this book. It’s both frank and truthful … Comer is a fine storyteller … excellent photography and graphics … this book will feel right at home on your coffee table.”
Musclecar Enthusiast, January 2008
“Each car is covered in detail tracing its history and why they are valuable.”
Route66chronicles.blogspot.com, Nov. 25, 2007
“If you enjoy muscle cars, add this book to your wish list. On the other hand, if you just want to see, in vivid color, what you can buy when you win the lottery or what a million dollars with wheels looks like add this to your bookshelf.”
“I could almost smell the hot brakes and high-test fuel.” – Mark Maynard, San Diego Union-Tribune
They were our first cars, made to race, and we did, driving our Corvettes and ‘Cudas, our Mustangs and Trans Ams until there wasn’t much left. Now these muscle cars of the Sixties and Seventies are the stuff of legends . . . and nostalgia. And the rare models that survived in good shape are a collector’s dream, easily commanding six-figure prices and often passing the million-dollar mark. Million Dollar Muscle Cars provides a photographic history of these rarest of rare cars, from their hot rod beginnings to their decade of decline to an automotive world awakening to their historical significance and eternal cool.
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