A Brief History of Monogram Models by Bob Reder

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96-page history of the first forty years of Monogram Models, signed and dated by Tom Daniel.

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Here is the exclusive story of the company that made the model kits of our youth--and they're still at it today! As told by co-founder Bob Reder, you'll learn how he got into modeling, and how he and Jack Besser founded Monogram after WWII. Then follow them through modeling's glory years of the 50s and 60s as they expand their products and the business. See rare photographs from the Monogram archives, explanations of product design and marketing strategies, some old Monogram kit catalogs, and a nice spread on our favorite show rod designer, Tom Daniel!

Includes a listing of Monogram Milestones, and a complete listing of each and every model kit Monogram introduced from 1945-1985.

"The First Forty Years" is 96 pages long and printed on heavy glossy paper. It's signed and dated by Tom Daniel, who has the distinction of his Red Baron show rod having sold the most kits in the shortest time in Monogram history!