"The sometimes ill-defined area of American studies can surely use a book of this content and quality. Dettelbach writes with considerable skill in revealing the ways in which the cultural manifestations of modern American society reflect our fascination for, and relationship with, the automobile.... This is a timely book, with enough substance to recommend it to American studies and popular culture library collections." - Choice
Car Lovers Drive the Automotive Art Market; a Growing Number of Car Enthusiasts Have Come to Appreciate the Beauty of Automobile Art Watson, Lisa Crawford.
Art Business News, Vol. 29, No. 4, April 2002
Car Art Shifts into High Gear: When It Comes to Car Enthusiasts and Their Beloved Cars, It's Magic Time. This Truism of American Culture Has Helped Spawn a Growing Number of Car Artists, Whose Styles and Techniques Are as Diverse as the Cars They Portray Jancsurak, Joe.
Art Business News, Vol. 33, No. 5, May 2006
The Arts: Planes, Trains and Automobiles ; We Shouldn't Be in Awe of Either Art or Science, Says the Eccentric Belgian Artist Panamarenko, but Use Both of Them to Build a Better, Funnier Submarine Stoddart, Hugh.
The Independent (London, England), February 10, 2000