Trans-Am: The Pony Car Wars, 1966-1971

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MBI Publishing Company LLC, 2001 - Transportation - 252 pages
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The SCCA Trans-Am series was one of the most intriguing and exciting in motorsport history, and one which signified the golden age of the pony muscle car. This photohistory follows Trans-Am from its inception through the climactic the 1971 season, when drastic rules changes forced the withdrawal of American manufacturers. Readers witness a veritable "who's who" of Indy, NASCAR, Can-Am, and F1 race legends -- Foyt, Petty, Ickx, Donohue, Gurney, Jones, Hall, and others -- dicing it out on the greatest road courses in America behind the wheels of musclebound Mustangs, Camaros, 'Cudas, Challengers, and Javelins, as well a sleek Datsuns, Porsches, Alfa Romeos, and BMWs. Guaranteed to appeal to vintage-race aficionados and muscle-car enthusiasts alike.

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About the author (2001)

Dave Friedman is a world renowned photographer and motion picture still photographer known for his pictures of celebrities and cinema, racing and ballet. In 1986, Friedman became the first and only Still Photographer to be voted in to the Motion Picture Academy of Arts and Sciences. By the 1990s, the film industry had drastically changed and Friedman didn u2019t like what he saw. He decided to move on to other photographic challenges such as international endurance racing and classical ballet, for which his pictures have won numerous awards. David Friedman currently resides in southern California.

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