If you’re an aspiring history buff or a Chevrolet fanatic looking for a good book to read on your Sherman, Texas, porch this summer, you need to get these fantastic reads on your shelf as soon as possible.
- Chevrolet Trucks: 100 Years of Building the Future – Larry Edsall’s 224-page pictorial about the bestselling trucks from Chevrolet is perfect as a coffee table book or a conversation piece. Truck lovers will adore reading about the evolution of the automaker’s legendary truck lineup over the last century.
- Chevrolet: 1911-1960 – Developed by Michael W.R. Davis and published by Arcadia Publishing as part of the “Images of America”series in 2012, this book is a comprehensive photographic look at the iconic automaker’s first 50 years. Interesting visuals like vintage advertisements, important figures in the history of Chevrolet, and, of course, Chevrolet vehicles adorn the pages.
- Zora Arkus-Duntov: The Legend Behind Corvette – The only novel on our list, written by Jerry Burton and published by Robert Bentley, Inc. in 2003, is a 428-page exploration of the influence of Zora Arkus-Duntov on the beloved Chevrolet Corvette. The biography details how Arkus-Duntov, a Russian-Jewish immigrant, molded the history of the most famous sports car forever.
From all of us here at Sherman Chevrolet, we wish you a safe and enjoyable summer. Visit us and check out our selection of new Chevy vehicles!