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$95 each

?????? - The Goodwood Phantom (Chinese Edition)

By Malcolm Tucker

Translated in China and printed in Singapore, this book covers the recent history of BMW's acquisition of Rolls-Royce Motorcars, their construction of a new facility in Goodwood, Sussex, and the design and manufacture of their new car, the Phantom.

$175 each

Amilcar

by Gilles Fournier, translated by David Burgess-Wise


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First published in 1994 in French, this superb book, heavily illustrated, comprehensively explains the full history of the Amilcar company. Now in English with a French text companion volume. The book describes the development of the Amilcar company, the different models produced, and details its racing records and the drivers and personalities involved. David Burgess-Wise, respected motoring author and enthusiast has provided the translation and prepared a new Brooklands supplement with previously unpublished photographs from the Brooklands archives. This English version is lavishly illustrated with the original period photographs and advertisements of the era. The French text is included as a separate supplement, and the two volumes are enclosed in a slip case.

$89 each

Around the Circuit: Racing car transporters and support vehicles at work

Available now in the UK and Europe with a very few, hand-carried copies in the USA.

 

Around the Circuit is a sequel to the author’s previous, award-winning work entitled Inside the Paddock – Racing Car Transporters at Work. This new book not only includes further recently-found images of transporters but also team support vehicles, breakdown trucks, oil, tyre and other sponsors’ vehicles, safety and medical cars, fire appliances, ambulances, ice cream vans and even bicycles and quad-bikes for individual paddock transport.

 

Overshadowed by the antics of racing drivers and their magnificent steeds, little has been written about racing car transporters and support vehicles. However, they are vital ingredients of all racing events and these 600 photographs and other images fill a glaring gap in the chronicles of motor sport.

 

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$63 each

As Old As The Industry: Riley

by David G. Styles

A complete history of the Riley products beginning with the bicycle and wheel making businesses, followed by all vehicles on two, three and four wheels produced between 1898 and 1969. Chapters on the sporting Rileys and the Riley-based specials are included. Appendices list over 4,000 known Rileys, detail Riley patents, Riley Clubs worldwide and notable competition successes. The cars built under the Nuffield and British Motor Corporation are also covered, culminating in the final episode under British Leyland when production ceased.

Hard bound with dust jacket

Page count: 489 pages

Page size: 245mm x 190mm

$155 each

Bahamas Speed Weeks

by Terry O'Neil

A new edition with about 300 additional images and coverage of the recent Revival events in 2011 and 2012.

The first copies are being released at the 2013 Bahamas Speed Weeks Revival but as of November 15, 2013 copies are also now available in the UK for distribution throughout Europe.

 

ISBN               978-1-85443-268-1

Page Size       330 mmx240 mm   Portrait

Page Count     472 pages

Illustrations      800 B&W & color photos

Price:              US$155/£95

 

Ferrari Owner's Club of UK article from magazine issue 177, spring 2013) on Bahamas Speed Week Revival

 

Youtube Terry O'Neil interview with Keith Bloemel

 

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$165 each

Bentley Motors: On The Road

By Bernard L. King

A book which beautifully reproduces the rare promotional  magazines that Bentley Motors (1931) Limited published in the late 1930s called On the Road. There were 13 issues of the magazine and it was designed for current and prospective owners. It was heavily illustrated and features Derby Bentleys in use by current owners with fashionable backdrops. After an immense amount of research, noted Derby specialist, Bernard King has been able to identify most of the cars. The magazine is very hard to find and very few people have complete sets. It may be noted that the comparable Rolls-Royce Bulletin of the time is rare but is more widely available.

This Bentley book will be of great interest and value to collectors and enthusiasts, particularly when coupled with the identification of the cars and the provision of many tables and indices.

$92 each

Bentley: Fifty Years Of The Marque

Originally by Johnnie Green. Edited by Peter Hageman, Bernard L. King and Martin Bennett.

A new edition of a classic with completely revised captions. Since it was first published in 1969, Bentley: Fifty Years of the Marque by Johnnie Green has been the foundation of any Bentley enthusiast's library. To meet demand, the book went through several re-printings. However, much further information has come to light about the featured cars. Dalton Watson commissioned three leading Bentley experts to completely rewrite the captions and substantially recompile the index.The same quality of picture reproduction, printing and binding that has become the hallmark of Dalton Watson have been retained.

Hundreds of alterations have been made since the last edition was printed!

$75 each

Bentley’s Great Eight

By Karl Ludvigsen

This book by prize-winning author Karl Ludvigsen offers auto enthusiasts a time-travelling adventure in its description of the evolution of the V-8 engine. It begins more than a century ago when Rolls-Royce built one of the world’s first V-8 engines. The saga races through decades of engineering experiment and creativity as Bentley, famed for its racing exploits at Le Mans, exploited the exotic potential of supercharging. When the fortunes of Rolls-Royce and Bentley combined in the 1950s, both needed a new engine, and hitherto-secret reports and exclusive interviews take the reader behind the scenes of the new V-8’s creation.

$1,200 each

Briggs Cunnningham - Leather Edition

by Richard Harman

A major 800+ page, two volume book was first available for sale at Lime Rock, Cunningham event on September 1, 2013. Details of the leatherbound edition and preliminary are now available at the end of this article. 

See sample pages and also see the regular edition offering for the author's description. Click on this title to see images of the leatherbound edition and for a full description.

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$350 each

Briggs Cunnningham - Regular Edition

by Richard Harman

A major 800+ page, two volume book were first available for sale at Lime Rock, Cunningham event on September 1, 2013. Details of the leatherbound edition and preliminary images are now available at the end of this article. 

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Book background by Richard Harman:

Cunningham was a name which cropped-up in my earliest memories of Le Mans and as my interest in motor racing developed, I found the longer distance events for Sports Cars far more enticing that the increasingly shorter Grand Prix races. The Cunningham was just a car and I knew nothing about the man behind their existence until my knowledge expanded through an increasingly extensive library of motor racing books and magazines, of which I could never get enough. 

 

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$69 each

Concours d'Elegance: Dream cars and lovely ladies

by Patrick Lesueur and translated by David Burgess-Wise

 

Surely no form of contest has ever equalled the marriage of luxury and ostentation offered for many years by the great concours d’élégance. Elitist perhaps but their sheer magnificence seems just as fascinating in our  present world as it did in the first half of the 20th Century. It should be remembered that these events allowed the most celebrated artists and artisans boundless freedom of expression. Everything was put into the melting-pot to achieve one end – the realisation of a dream.

The vital step for organisers of such events was to choose a venue famous  for its air of leisurely hedonism, such as Longchamp, Deauville, Cannes, La Baule, Vichy, Nice or Enghien, where costly automobiles, their elegant silhouettes crafted by the great names of  contemporary coachwork , could parade. To enhance the atmosphere, these exotic creations were presented by pretty ladies, mostly recruited from fashionable society, dressed in the latest fashion by the leading Parisian couturiers in an attempt to achieve the best possible symbiosis with the machines that they accompanied.

 

$65 each

Crossing the Sands

by Ariane Audouin-Debreuil translated by Ingrid MacGill

The Sahara Desert Track to Timbuktu by Citroën Half Track

On December 17, 1922, André Citroën sent an expedition of Citroën half tracks or autochenilles to follow the camel tracks across the Sahara desert from Algeria to Timbuktu on the banks of the River Niger. This was the first motorized crossing of the Sahara and took twenty-one days. It permitted the establishment of a land connection between North Africa and the Sudan, at that time extremely isolated, and opened the way for the exploration of the heart of Africa.

 

$225 each

Delage: France's Finest Car

by Daniel Cabart and David Burgess-Wise

“The most comprehensive history of Delage in English”

To connoisseurs of fine automobiles the name Delage uniquely combines performance and elegance, symbolising luxury and the fine French taste that is summed up in the simple phrase “La Belle Voiture Française” – “The most beautiful French car”. This long awaited book – the first comprehensive history of Delage ever published in the English language – reveals that such a reputation is only achieved by unrelenting enthusiasm and effort.

$550 each

Eighty Years of Citroën in the United Kingdom (Limited Leather Bound Edition)

By John Reynolds

This special edition of Eighty Years of Citroën in the United Kingdom is bound in dark blue leather by the well-known firm of Sangorski and Sutcliffe and fits inside a custom made box.


$70 each

Eighty Years of Citroën in the United Kingdom (Standard Edition)

By John Reynolds

Now that Citroën cars are selling at the rate of over 100,000 vehicles per year in the United Kingdom and that there are presently more than a million examples currently registered as running on the British roads, Automobiles Citroëns has become, once again, a major mainstream marque in this country.

Yet few of these recent converts to Citroën ownership may be aware that this current situation echoes the success enjoyed by the marque in the 1920s when the Double Chevron marque was easily the most popular among imported Continental cars. So much so, in fact, that in 1926 its founder, Andre Citroën, established a factory at Slough to build his cars in right-hand-drive form for the British and Commonwealth market.

$30 each

James Dean: From Passion for Speed to Immortality

By Philippe Defechereux

The complete yet never told story of James Dean’s passion for professional racing, his cars and races, within the context of his life, the many celebrities he befriended and his stunning Hollywood success before his tragic death at 24. The book also details his fatal accident almost “frame-by-frame,” based on police reports, witness testimonies and the author’s own analysis. James Dean was America’s first “Teenage idol” and almost single-handedly initiated the youth revolution that swept the country in the late 50’s and ‘60’s, turning first into the Beat Generation, then the Hippies, then the anti-establishment movement. All of this is artfully weaved into the book, in context with James Dean extraordinary talents – acting, music, sculpture, racing, etc. -- and revolutionary approach to everything.

$155 each

Maserati 300S

 

by Walter Baeumer

This is the first book devoted exclusively to the Maserati 300S, one of the most beautiful sports racing cars ever built, and the main opponent of the Ferraris in the World Sportscar Championships of 1956 and 1957. Described by Stirling Moss as one of the best race car concepts of the Fifties, the 300S wrote motor sports history. With famous drivers like Juan-Manuel Fangio, Jean Behra, Harry Schell, Carroll Shelby and Stirling Moss, it raced with both great success and disappointing failure. Despite the often confusing and inaccurate records which make it difficult to establish the exact fate of these cars, the history of each of the twenty-eight 300S that were made by Officine Maserati S.p.A. in Modena, is listed chassis by chassis and profusely illustrated with period photographs. A section on the technical specifications of the 300S is also included, and an overview of the sports car racing scene of the time provides historical context.

$155 each

Maserati A6G 2000 Zagato

Author  Walter Bäumer

 
This is the first book devoted exclusively to the Maserati A6G 2000 model with coachwork
by Zagato, one of the most beautiful GT cars ever built. The cars were strong and successful
contenders in the 2-liter class and were actively raced in the Italian GT Championship in the
second half of the 1950s, winning their class in 1956 and 1959. The cars also participated
in legendary races like the Mille Miglia, Targa Florio and Giro d`Sicilia.
 
This history of the twenty-one cars made by Officine Maserati S.p.A. in Modena and bodied
by Carrozzeria Zagato in Milan, is listed chassis by chassis and profusely illustrated with period
photographs and documents.
 
Now available in all countries.
 
A limited leather edition is also available on request - jean@daltonwatson.com
$455 each

Maserati A6G 2000 Zagato Leather Edition

Author  Walter Bäumer

 
This is the first book devoted exclusively to the Maserati A6G 2000 model with coachwork
by Zagato, one of the most beautiful GT cars ever built. The cars were strong and successful
contenders in the 2-liter class and were actively raced in the Italian GT Championship in the
second half of the 1950s, winning their class in 1956 and 1959. The cars also participated
in legendary races like the Mille Miglia, Targa Florio and Giro d`Sicilia.
 
This history of the twenty-one cars made by Officine Maserati S.p.A. in Modena and bodied
by Carrozzeria Zagato in Milan, is listed chassis by chassis and profusely illustrated with period
photographs and documents.
 
 
A limited edition in full leather in a series of 25 is also available on request - jean@daltonwatson.com, in order to check the remaining numbers available. Image will be provided later.
As of March 29, 2013 the following numbers are available:  2102, 2105, 2106, 2113, 2122, 2123, 2138, 2179, 2186
$225 each

Maserati Birdcage Front and Rear engined Birdcage

Both volumes of the Birdcage books in one slipcase.

$11 each

Maserati Birdcage slipcase

Slipcase only without books

$140 each

Maserati Birdcage to Supercage: The complete history of the rear-engined Tipo 63, 64 and 65 Maseratis (Standard Edition)

By Willem Oosthoek

Birdcage Maserati competition history from 1959 to 1965 in World Championship Rounds, SCCA Nationals, Professional West Coast and Nassau Speedweek

The book begins with the front-engined Birdcage Maserati competition history from the middle of 1959 until the end of 1960, covering World Championship, professional USAC and Nassau Speedweek racing. From there it progresses into chapters covering the development of the first rear-engined Birdcage Maserati at the end of 1960 and the background of the private team owners who bought the first production cars: Briggs Cunningham, Count Giovanni Volpi and Lucky Casner.

$11 each

Maserati Slipcase only

The slipcase is designed to contain both volumes of the Dalton Watson Birdcage books.

Illustration shows slipcase with books inserted.

 

$150 each

Maserati Tipo 60 and 61: The Magnifient Front-engined Birdcages

by Willem Oosthoek

Almost 30 years have passed since the publication of the first book about the famous Tipo 60 and 61 Birdcage Maserati race cars. A new, more comprehensive description of their competition history has been long overdue and Dalton Watson Fine Books are delighted to announce the publication of Maserati Tipo 60 and 61; The Magnificent Front-engined Birdcages. Much additional information has come to light in the last two decades which has enabled the authors, Willem Oosthoek and Michel Bollée, to include numerous updates, corrections, and further elaboration regarding the history of this innovative design.

$650 each

Maserati Tipo 63, 64, 65: Birdcage to Supercage - Special Edition

By Willem Oosthoek

World Championship Rounds, SCCA Nationals, Professional West Coast and Nassau SpeedweekRange: Birdcage Maserati competition history from 1959 to 1965.Format: Chapter layout will begin with the front-engined Birdcage Maserati competition history from the middle of 1959 until the end of 1960, covering World Championship, professional USAC and Nassau Speedweek racing.

$69 each

Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance: The Art of the Poster

By Robert T. Devlin

Robert T. Devlin is an automotive historian with a particular passion for the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance. He first attended the event as a teenager back in 1952, just two years after it started, and he has been among its most faithful participants in the ensuing five decades. Throughout much of the past two decades, he has served the event as a Class Judge. In 1980, he wrote and published Pebble Beach , A Matter of Style detailing the Concours’ early history. He has also written over 90 articles about automobiles for various magazines and other publications.

$150 each

Porsche by Mailander

by Karl Ludvigsen

Arriving in the USA and UK in August 2011

Among the many holdings of the Ludvigsen Library are the works of Rodolfo Mailander, who photographed races, motor shows, new-car introduction and other events in Europe from 1950 through 1955. This handsome portrait-format book presents Mailander’s photography, selected and with commentary by Karl Ludvigsen, of Porsche cars and people through these years.

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$195 each

Rolls-Royce Goodwood Phantom and Drophead Coupé boxed set

By Malcolm Tucker

These books together cover the recent history of BMW's acquisition of Rolls-Royce Motorcars, their construction of a new facility in Goodwood, Sussex, and the design and manufacture of their first new cars, the Phantom and the Phantom Drophead Coupé. They are packed together here in a stylish slip case.

$85 each

Rolls-Royce: The Classic Elegance

By Lawrence Dalton, Edited by Bernard L. King

Rolls-Royce: The Classic Elegance was first published in 1987. Written by Lawrence Dalton, a life long motor enthusiast who completed his first book in 1967 and then founded a company, Dalton Watson, to publish it, Rolls-Royce: The Classic Elegance has been out of print for some years. Now in this second edition, authority Bernard L. King has radically revised, with thousands of changes and additions, all the captions and the production details of the Silver Wraith, Phantom IV and Phantom V, plus the coachbuilt Silver Dawns, Silver Cloud I, II and III chassis, utilising his database that encompasses all Bentley and Rolls-Royce motor cars produced up until 1965.

$115 each

Rolls-Royce: The Post War Phantoms, IV, V, VI

by Martin Bennett with tables by Bernard L. King

The Rolls-Royce Phantoms IV, V and VI totaled fewer than 1,000 cars. They were their maker's top of the range models. The very rare Phantom IV in particular was very special, and although pictures of them are rarely seen, this book includes more than 100 illustrations of that model alone, so that the reader can see what all eighteen cars looked like. There are even coachbuilders' drawings of Phantom IVs that were proposed but never actually built!

$49 each

Rust in Peace

by Malcolm Tucker

In this book, author Malcolm Tucker delves into the photographic archives of the celebrated motoring historian Mike Worthington-Williams. For over forty years Mike has collected photographs of derelict vehicles; some in scrap yards, some abandoned and some neglected, but often kept for sentimental reasons. Many are now fading and rusting into oblivion but there are also uplifting tales of resurrection. Old car enthusiasts the world over will know of Mike’s reporting of such finds, but this is the first time that a book dedicated to his lifetime passion has been published.  Around 450 photographs are included, each captioned with a brief explanation of the vehicle shown.

$125 each

Sports Car Racing in the South: From Texas to Florida 1957-1958

by Willem Oosthoek

The history of sports car racing in the Southern United States featuring the top echelon of European sports cars has long been unexplored territory. With the exception of the Sebring 12 Hours, the meets were largely ignored by the national press, and no comprehensive research material is available for the numerous events organized between Texas and Florida, when amateur competition surged in the late 1950s. Yet, the South offers a rich road racing history, often fueled by wealthy oilmen from Texas and Oklahoma.

Many of the events were hosted on airport courses where late-model Ferraris, Maseratis, Jaguars, Porsches, OSCAs and Climax-engined cars such as Lotus, Cooper and Elva did battle with American V8-powered vehicles, both Corvettes and homebuilt Specials. This book, the first of a series of three, offers a race-by-race account of all 1957 and 1958 Southern events, from Novice Races to the weekend-

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$155 each

Sports Car Racing in the South: From Texas to Florida 1959-1960

by Willem Oosthoek

Successor volume to the Cugnot Prize award winning Sports Car Racing in the South, 1957-1958

60% bigger than the earlier volume!

This is the second volume in a series of three exploring the history of sports car racing in the Southern United States. With the exception of the Sebring 12 Hours, the meets were largely ignored by the national press, and no comprehensive research material is available for the numerous events organized between Texas and Florida, when amateur competition surged in the late 1950s. Yet, the South offers a rich road racing history, often fueled by wealthy oilmen from Texas and Oklahoma.
 
Many of the events were hosted on airport courses and featured the top echelon of European sports cars. Late-model Ferraris, Maseratis, Jaguars, Listers, Porsches, OSCAs and Climax-engined cars such as Lotus, Cooper and Elva did battle with American V8-powered vehicles, both Corvettes and homebuilt Specials. This book offers a race-by-race account of all 1959 and 1960 Southern events, from Novice Races to the weekend-ending Features competition.
 
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$350 each
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Talbot-Lago Grand Sport, The Car from Paris. Clothbound

by Peter M. Larsen with Ben Erickson

 
 
Now available Worldwide
 
 
Clothbound editon limited to 600 copies.
ISBN 978-85443-247-6
 
The Talbot-Lago Grand Sport was an automobile destined for the grand cru sportsman and chic Parisian society in equal
measure. It was a grand gesture, and the final flowering in France of the great tradition of the truly custom motorcar.
The chassis was built to carry coachwork that was the last expression anywhere in the world of grand style and luxury.
The Grand Sport was outrageously exclusive and something for the very few. Not just because of its price, which was
stratospheric, or its limited practicality, which was irrelevant: this was a car that was chic, ritzy, aristocratic and sharp as
a knife all at once.
 
$650 each
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Talbot-Lago Grand Sport, The Car from Paris. Leatherbound

by Peter M. Larsen with Ben Erickson

Copies now available in UK and USA for worldwide sales.

 
Leatherbound editon limited to 100 copies.
ISBN 978-85443-256-8
 
The Talbot-Lago Grand Sport was an automobile destined for the grand cru sportsman and chic Parisian society in equal
measure. It was a grand gesture, and the final flowering in France of the great tradition of the truly custom motorcar.
The chassis was built to carry coachwork that was the last expression anywhere in the world of grand style and luxury.
The Grand Sport was outrageously exclusive and something for the very few. Not just because of its price, which was
stratospheric, or its limited practicality, which was irrelevant: this was a car that was chic, ritzy, aristocratic and sharp as
a knife all at once.
 
 
$69 each

The Cars of Vel Miletich and Parnelli Jones

by Jimmy Dilamarter and Ren Wicks Jr..

From the original sponsorship of Parnelli Jones’ humble early racing career, to the pinnacle of motorsports – back-to-back Indianapolis 500 race wins and three consecutive United States Auto Club National Championships – Vel Miletich and Parnelli Jones and their Vel’s Parnelli Jones (VPJ) Racing team of drivers, engineers, designers, fabricators and mechanics dominated American automobile racing in the 1970s.
 
Dean Kirkland and Auto Ef?gies were commissioned to photograph and produce this superb photographic history of the VPJ team.
 
July 1, 2013 - now arrived and available.
 

 

 

$125 each

The Goodwood Phantom Drophead Coupé

by Malcolm Tucker

On New Year's Day 2003, the first Phantom saloon produced by Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Ltd at Goodwood was handed over to its proud owner. Since that day, nearly four and a half years ago, the saloon and its extended wheelbase sibling have established themselves at the pinnacle of automotive design and luxury. The name Rolls-Royce might once again be qualified with the sobriquet 'the best car in the world'. The Phantom saloon is designed around an aluminium spaceframe that imparts great strength, torsional rigidity and lightness to the car; it also has the ability to be easily adapted to other dimensions and designs.

$125 each

The Goodwood Phantom: Dawn of a New Era

By Malcolm Tucker

This book covers the recent history of BMW's acquisition of Rolls-Royce Motorcars, their construction of a new facility in Goodwood, Sussex, and the design and manufacture of their new car, the Phantom. Only a very few copies remain.

Malcolm Tucker has had a life-long interest in Rolls-Royce cars, having restored several to national concours winning condition. Joining the Rolls-Royce Enthusiasts' Club in 1963, he became the club's youngest chairman in 1989. Following which, he launched Pinnacle magazine, "The magazine for International Rolls-Royce and Bentley Owners" on behalf of the Sir Henry Royce Memorial Foundation. He has written five children's books on engineering subjects and edited seven others for Merlion Publishing, a division of Penguin Books.

$69 each

The Incredible Blitzen Benz

by Karl Ludvigsen

Titanic motorcars that blazed a trail of speed before and after the Great War, the Blitzen Benzes were the fastest man-carrying machines of their era. Officially certified as the fastest cars in the world from 1909 to 1919, the 200-horsepower Benzes were winners in races and hillclimbs throughout Europe and America. For the first time the storied feats of the six Type RE Benzes and their colorful owners and drivers are brought vividly to life in this lavishly illustrated book.

$69 each

The Silver Ghost: A Supernatural Car

by Jonathan Harley

To say that Jonathan Harley knows his subject inside out is no exaggeration; in the past four decades he has restored over one hundred Rolls-Royce Silver Ghosts, frequently resurrecting them from little more than a pile of scrap or a long-abandoned chassis. He knows every nut and bolt of these magnificent vehicles, an intimate knowledge that was put to good use in identifying, sometimes only by bolt design or the position of a hole in a crossmember, exactly which chassis he was working on, settling disputes over authenticity which had reverberated for years.

$49 each

Watkins Glen, The Street Years 1948-1952

By Philippe Defechereux

This is an updated book, one that will do even fuller justice to Cameron Argetsinger and his towering accomplishments. The abundance of unique and exclusive color photos, now at last reproduced luminously within the full chromatic range, is simply dazzling. This should make the Watkins Glen community very proud of their racing heritage.

In 1948 Watkins Glen staged the first official American race for sports cars since the Vanderbilt Cup races of the early years of the century. This book is about the transformation of post-World War II racing in America and how road racing became a leading sport in the US, beginning at Watkins Glen and followed by Sebring, Daytona, Laguna Seca and other circuits.

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$89 each

Why Not? The Story of the Honourable Charles Stuart Rolls

by David Baines

Charles Rolls was the first Englishman to be killed in an air crash. He was thirty years old. Rolls’s death shocked the country and made headlines across the world. His relative youth at the time is perhaps the reason that he is a forgotten hero; a man who today receives little credit for the legacy that he left behind, even though at the time of his death on July 12th 1910 he was one of the most famous men in the country. His loss was regarded as a national tragedy.

 

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