Holman Moody: The Legendary Race Team

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MBI Publishing Company LLC, 2002 - Transportation - 240 pages
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One of the greatest NASCAR racing teams of all time is vividly chronicled, from the day racer Ralph Moody teamed up with John Holman to create the Holman-Moody team. This stunning volume details the formation, development, and transformation of Holman Moody into a 1960s and early '70s dynasty, and looks at their turn-key racecars and stock car racing innovations. Detailed appendices list HM sponsored cars stats from Winston Cup and Grand National races.

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The title on Tom Cotter's business card reads: "Certified Car Geek." For the past 30 years, Cotter has worked on nearly every end of the car business: mechanic, car sales, automotive public relations and marketing executive, auto racing authority, historian, racer, collector, restorer, journalist, and author. He has authored 10 automotive books, including the popular In the Barn series for Motorbooks. He has written for the New York Times and Road & Track magazine. Whenever he sits down at his keyboard to write another book, you can be sure that he has grease under his fingernails. Official Website: www.cobrainthebarn.com

Al Pearce writes the weekly race updates for Autoweek and was a beat writer in Newport News, VA for many years. Hes covered NASCAR for more than 20 years, and has written several books.

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