This beautifully designed illustrated book presents the finds of Heribert Niehues. For decades the avowed fan of classic cars travels the USA and finds sensational car wrecks – again and again. His atmospheric photographs show how they become one with the rough landscapes of the Wild West or the rich green of the Deep South if they have enough time. But cars are not always the main aspect: accompanying fuel stations and motels that were left behind but still wear an aura of the good old times, they too found their way into this book, the first of its kind in Germany.
Immerse yourself in an unfamiliar world of:
Desert, rust and wooden workshops
Old enamel advertising signs at abandoned diners
Limousines, whose chrome-plated radiator grills do no longer shine
Car dumps, the average tourist will never set foot on