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Ford Model T coast to coast : a slow drive across a fast country / Tom Cotter ; photography by Michael Alan Ross ; foreword by Henry Ford III.

by Cotter, Tom [author.]; Ross, Michael Alan [photographer.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Minneapolis, MN Motorbooks, an imprint of The Quarto Group 2018Description: 224 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 26 cm.ISBN: 9780760359464; 0760359466.Subject(s): Automobile travel -- United States | Ford Model T automobile | Automobile travel | Ford Model T automobile | Travel | Lincoln Highway | United States -- Description and travel | United States | United States -- Lincoln HighwayGenre/Form: Travel writing.DDC classification: 917.3
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Summary: "Tom Cotter travels cross country on the Lincoln Highway, America's oldest transcontinental highway, in America's first mass-produced car, Henry Ford's Model T. From the clamor of Manhattan, through mid-America and the dusty West, and on to San Francisco: along the way Cotter considers what we've gained and what we'll lose as we speed toward a future of driverless cars. Illustrated throughout with Michael Alan Ross' evocative photos."--Provided by publisher.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Eastern standard time -- Central standard time -- Mountain standard time -- Pacific standard time.

"Tom Cotter travels cross country on the Lincoln Highway, America's oldest transcontinental highway, in America's first mass-produced car, Henry Ford's Model T. From the clamor of Manhattan, through mid-America and the dusty West, and on to San Francisco: along the way Cotter considers what we've gained and what we'll lose as we speed toward a future of driverless cars. Illustrated throughout with Michael Alan Ross' evocative photos."--Provided by publisher.

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