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"In 192 pages and some 450 color photos, the book takes the reader/hobbyist through the process of choosing a vehicle to rebuild, what they will need in the way of tools and working space, and all the rebuilding steps from dismantling the subject vehicle, cutting, shaping, finishing and assembling the new woodie body. Peck collected photos and building tips from visits to several U.S. shops, such as Ron Heiden's, Treehouse Woods, Wood'n Carr, Glenn Redding and Rick Mack, as well as those closer to him in the U.K., making this a truly international effort." â?? Woodie Times
Colin Peck started his career in road transport in the mid-1960s and held a number of management positions in such companies as Thorn Electrical and Pickfords Heavy Haulage. His experience at such companies led him to a successful career in road transport journalism, writing for trucking magazines from Australia to America, Canada to South Africa. During the 1980s he was European Editor of the leading US-based trucking magazines, Heavy Duty Trucking and Transportation Engineer. He subsequently entered the public relations industry, and has handled the UK PR strategies for such organizations as BRS and Ryder.