Featuring dynamic, specially commissioned photography of the cars and insight from Hetfield into their creation, this book is a unique opportunity to learn about the Metallica front man's passion for creating bespoke classic cars.
Author: James Hetfield
Publisher: Insight Editions
James Hetfield, Metallica’s front man, opens up his garage for an exclusive tour of the highlights of his incredible collection of restored and customized classic cars. Millions know James Hetfield as the front man of Metallica, but the acclaimed singer-songwriter has enjoyed another lifelong passion: restoring and customizing classic cars into magnificent pieces of automotive art. From cars such as the Skyscraper to the Aquarius and the Black Pearl, James Hetfield’s collection of beautifully reimagined classic automobiles is truly stunning. For the first time, Hetfield is opening up his garage and inviting readers to dive under the hood of some of these internationally lauded classics. Featuring dynamic, specially commissioned photography of the cars and insight from Hetfield into their creation, this book is a unique opportunity to learn about the Metallica front man's passion for creating bespoke classic cars. James Hetfield’s unique cars will be on display at the Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles starting from February 2020.
South Pacific Battlegrounds Revisited Bruce Adams. Near the foot of Matupi
volcano a mother has bathed her child in the pools the sea has reclaimed from
Japanese defences . Concentrated gunfire cut away all the vegetation from the
Author: Bruce Adams
Photographs of Pacific battlefields & military hardware 25 years after hostilities ceased, with accounts of the actual battles and modern descriptions of the islands.
Coke screening facilities were improved as were considerable portions of the
system that reclaimed by - products for such coal - based chemicals as fertilizer ,
motor fuels , and synthetic dyes . Bethlehem engineers also increased the ...
Author: Thomas E. Leary
Publisher: Buffalo & Erie County
This absorbing history studies and compares the changing policies of Bethlehem's Lacuna steel plant. From Fire to Rust examines the corporation, its business history, ownership and corporate practices; the plant's physical setup and industrial technologies; and the actual work, with myriad job descriptions constantly disappearing and evolving as technological innovations occurred. This technical and detailed history provides a deeper understanding of the trends in the U.S. Steel industry that led to the 1983 shutdown.