Golden Miles is a book about cars, people and Australia in the late 60s and early 70s. With the energy and irreverent humour of a fanzine, the acuity of investigative journalism, and the eye of an art book, this new, expanded edition of Golden Miles explores the archetypal product of Australian suburbia - the muscle car. Clinton Walker is the author of seven books and several hit documentaries including the 2001 series on the history of Australian rock, Long Way to the Top. 'A rambling journey that's provocative and lavishly illustrated ... as much for pop culture lovers as rev heads.' - Sydney Morning Herald.The 70s Falcon hardtop is a classic, no doubt, but being the best-looking Ford in the world at the time didna#39;t really mean much a the Mustang, after all, had become a sad a#39;General Leea#39; Charger was a bigger star than any of the humans in Theanbsp;...
|Publisher||:||Wakefield Press - 2009|