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When there were far fewer people around, far fewer laws and regulations, when the legal speed limit was 75 mph, when gas was cheap, when driving was a pleasure, if you owned a hot machine you could point the grill down an empty road and go!

Hot Rodder! From Lakes to Street

This first history of hot rodding, from the 1920s to the 1990s as told in the participants' own words. Covers dry lakes, Bonneville, Track roadsters, customs, street rodding, etc. Contributors include Karl and Veda Orr, William Kenz, Dee Wescott, Joe Bailon, Big Bill Edwards, Henry Gregor Felsen, Jack Henry and 15 others.

Soft bound, 8 1/2" x 11", 176 pages, 200 photographs. Signed copy...$16.95
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