Passion for the American Muscle Car
Along with the gas station, the garage was instrumental in developing the automotive landscape as we know it.
In the Garage: Automobility and Building Innovation in America's Early Auto Age, authors John A. Jakle and Keith A. Sculle return to provide their expertise in the built world – the landscape as shaped and developed by humans. This time, on one of the most humble and overlooked parts of our culture: the automobile's garage.
This book covers the gamut from the beginnings of the industrial garage in the early 1900s on up to the garages we have come to expect as a part of our homes, today – and the many variations in between.
Ever spliced a connector onto an otherwise good harness because the original broke? Do you need to do it to an '87-'93 5.0 Mustang? How about the MAF connector? You don't have to splice one in – they can be replaced without cutting or damaging the wiring. Here's how.