I ordered 2 of the '94 catalogs. One to read, pass around, mark up,
whatever, and the other to, well, preserve? Anyway, I brought the
reader to the shop where I work part-time to show it off, being a
prideful nincompoop. The shop was a Bridgestone dealer from '91 until
the end. The shop manager, who's been there since 1990, pulled a box
out of the storage room and passed around copies of the 91, 92, 93 and
94 catalogs, along with some Vista and Sutter brochures, and some
early Trek literature. I felt kinda deflated, but it was fun and
provided a break from the monotony of the fall slowdown.
On Sat, Oct 8, 2016 at 7:05 AM, islaysteve <alkire...@verizon.net> wrote:
> Grant mentioned on the Blug that there are still a few left; I'm surprised
> that there hasn't been any discussion here about it. Anyway, it's a very
> nicely-produced and interesting book. It's interesting to read Grant's
> philosophy at the time, it isn't much different than now. The articles on
> how steel, aluminum and titanium are produced are fascinating, and
> horrifying as well. In short, it's packed with cool stuff and great
> writing, including a piece by my favorite automotive writer, Peter Egan.
> Get it if you can. Cheers,
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