Driving America: The Henry Ford Automotive Collection is the first major book published by The Henry Ford that showcases its premier collection of automobiles. It includes 300 stunning, art-quality, never-seen-before-published images along with a foreword by Jay Leno and introduction by Edsel Ford II. The book also features essays from Patricia Mooradian, president of The Henry Ford; Matt Anderson, curator of transportation; Bob Casey, retired senior curator of transportation from The Henry Ford; and Mark Harmer, exhibition photographer.
The collector's edition is an exquisite leather-bound book, which comes with a slipcase, is filled with historically significant vehicles that make up the Driving America exhibition inside The Henry Ford Museum. Each collector's edition also includes a certified, numbered insert with signatures from the president of The Henry Ford, the curators, and the photographer.
From the 1865 Roper, the oldest surviving American car, to the hybrid 2002 Prius, the collection helps tell the story of how automotive innovations have changed our lives and influenced American culture.
Dimensions: 12 x 12 inches