THE IMPOSSIBLE COLLECTION OF CARS
From the words of the famous 80’s alternative-punk rock band Blondie: “Dreaming… Dreaming is free…”
Though there is a small percentage of the population that actually owns and drives these dream machines, most of us out there can only drool and fantasize about our favorite “dream cars”. For that very large percentage of car enthusiasts around the world that continue to dream, there’s “The Impossible Collection of Cars”, a spectacular limited-edition volume showcasing the 100 most exceptional cars of the Twentieth Century. Each luxury automobile—from the 1909 Blitzen Benz to a 1997 Porsche 993 Turbo S—was chosen for its revolutionary design, magnificent lines, and head-turning capabilities.
The book also features cars owned by celebrities like Marlene Dietrich, Greta Garbo, Pablo Picasso, and Elvis Presley. This Impossible Collection volume is presented on cotton paper in a beautiful black rubber clamshell box with a cutout metal plate and comes with a complimentary Assouline canvas tote bag.
Dan Neil is a Pulitzer Prize–winning automotive columnist for The Wall Street Journal, and has also worked for the Los Angeles Times, AutoWeek, and Car and Driver.