Cheap is often good, but not always. Examples:
To Ride the Storm, Sir Peter Masefield, 1982; the story of the airship R101: about $200 if you can find it.
The Wendler book (the title's in German, something like Karosserie Erhard Wendler), by Ralf Kieselbach, 1982 and (better second edition) 2001; the history of Wendler bodybuilding; about $75 for the 1982 edition, maybe more for the 2001.
Porsche Argentina, by Iacona and another guy from Argentina whose name escapes me right now, published by Whitefly; the history of 1950s and 1960s Porsche racing in Argentina; about $180.
Prototypes 1964-1974, by Weber and another German, published by PetrolPics; the photographic history of Porsche racing in that period, 904 to 917; about $170.
Porsche 917x17, by Jeff Zwart, David Bull Publishing; outstanding studio photos of 17 917s; was $150, may be going out of print.
Just a reminder, if any of you are in or near California and interested in Porsche books, go to the Porsche & VW Literature Swap Meet at the LAX Hilton on Saturday, March 5th. When you go in the door, look to the left, follow the wall, and I'll be flogging books and posters.
Edited by fbarrett, 01 March 2011 - 04:23.