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    Steve Q
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    Steve reviews PT Cruiser Chrysler's classic design for a modern age

    The Chrysler PT cruiser is very much a Marmite car, you either love it or hate it. However what can not be disputed is the models success and how it brought a new wave of customers to the Chrysler brand. 

    The automotive historian Robert Ackerson has written this superb book documenting the history of the PT cruiser from it's design phase up to 2007 which is when this book was released. The book is well written and the author has taken alot of time to carry out hid research.

    The book covers every PT cruiser model up to 2007 on 192 pages as well as being supported by colour pictures. Furthermore the author has listed ever conceivable optional extra available as well as including sales figures for the PT cruiser. 

    About the author:

    Robert Ackerson grew up in Rockland county, 18 miles from New York City. He started working in the education sector before having a career change to become a writer automotive history. 

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    Whether you own a PT cruiser or have an interest for them then this book is a must have for any PT Cruiser enthusiast. I found the book very informative and the illustrations were of great quality. Overall the book was a pleasure to read and I'd happily read it again. 

    Publisher: Veloce Publishing

    Publication: 2007

    RRP: £19.99

    ISBN: 978-184584039-6

    Binding: paperback

    Extent: 192

    Illustrations: 200+ 

     

    Edited by Steve Q


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