It is a lot easier to find a book by it's ISBN number. I assume you have
this number since you mention knowing the book exists b/c you found it
through the Library of Congress.
All of the bookseller sites allow you to do a search by ISBN. I prefer
Half.com for all my book purchases. It is a used book site with books sold
by individuals, but not an auction site (although owned by E-bay). I got
Brownlee's "How to Restore Your Chevy Truck" for $12.00 off of there. I've
ordered about 20 items from them and only had to return one item (a badly
scratched music CD), but they allow returns up to 3 times and so I received
a full refund and had no hassles.
(I know, I'm cheap. But surely there are other people out there rebuilding
an old truck on a budget, too?)
'51 Chevy 1 ton
oletrucks is devoted to Chevy and GM trucks built between 1941 and 1959