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Press On ! Further Adventures In The Good Life by Chuck and Charles Leerhsen Yeager ISBN 13: 9780533053339

ISBN 10: 0533053331

Hardcover; Toronto: Bantam Books, 1988; ISBN-13: 978-0533053339

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Press On ! Further Adventures In The Good Life

Press On ! Further Adventures In The Good Life

by Yeager, Chuck & Charles Leerhsen

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Toronto: Bantam Books, 1988. General Chuck Yeager is a born outdoorsman. From flying daredevil missions over Germany during World War II and cracking records as a test pilot to his annual trip into California's Sierra Mountains, he's always the restless adventurer, in search of a new experience. In 'Press On!' you'll roam the world with Chuck Yeager - and go back with him to his West Virginia roots. Illustrated with three sections of b/w photographs. Black boards, black cloth spine with silver print. No ownership markings. Price-intact photo dust jacket. Jacket photo by Mark Homan. An immaculate book.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Fine/Near Fine.
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