Great American Automobiles: A Dramatic Account of Their Achievements in Competition

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Prentice-Hall, 1957 - Automobile racing - 374 pages
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"The thrilling story of America's greatest cars and their trail-blazing achievements in the Great Events. Richly illustrated with scores of rare and original photographs, many from the famous Lazarnick Collection ... Every known detail of the birth and development of every American sports car"--Dustjacket.

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Contents

Part OneTHE FIRST FIVE YEARS 1 Alexander Winton and His Bullets
5
The Other Stalwarts
29
Part TwoENDURANCE
77
The New YorkParis Race
79
Jasper Glidden and His Tours
124
Part ThreeTHE BRICKYARD 5 Duel in the Dust
169
The First 500
190
The Car That Made Good in a Day
209
The Vanderbilt Cup and Savannah
263
The Mercer and the Second Decade
281
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