1974 Dodge Charger Nascar
Title:
1974 Dodge Charger Nascar
Chrome unused

Description:
One of Richard Petty's all the time favorite cars. During the 1974 season he finished among the top three an incredible 22 times including wins at the Daytona 500, Taladega 500, and the inaugural stock car race at Pocono.


Richard Petty Museum
Title:
Richard Petty Museum
Randleman North Carolina (NC), Chrome unused

Description:
On display are hundreds of trophies, personal collections, awards, and memorabilia from past to present. (1948 Tucker special exhibit on loan).



Crisco Racing Team
Title:
Crisco Racing Team
Jumbo/Large Format

Description:
From home-made bread and fruit pies in the North to fried chicken and biscuits of the South, for 75 years. Crisco Shortening has made its mark in America's kitchens. We thank and salute you, the NASCAR race fan, for helping to make Crisco the quality shortening it is today. Join us in wishing Buddy Baker and the Crisco Racing Team their best year ever.


Bobby Marshman - Indy 500
Title:
Bobby Marshman - Indy 500
Chrome PM 1963

Description:
George Robert Marshman (1936-1964) He drove in the USAC Championship Car series, racing in the 1961-1964 seasons, with 49 career starts, including each Indianapolis 500 contest in that span. He finished in the top ten 25 times, with one victory, in 1962 at the Arizona State Fairgrounds in Phoenix. His 7th-place finish at the 1961 Indianapolis 500 earned him co-Rookie of the Year honors with Parnelli Jones.



A World's Record Breaking Racer on the World's Fastest Speedway.
Title:
A World's Record Breaking Racer on the World's Fastest Speedway.
Wendover Utah (UT), Chrome unused

Description:
Bonneville Salt Flats near Great Salt Lake, Utah. The Bonneville Salt Flats is a salt deposit left by the receding of ancient Lake Bonneville. This deposit covers about 159 square miles extending some nine miles along U.S. Highways 40 and 50 and the Western Pacific Railroad. The salt is white crystalline aggregate, porous, hard and rigid so that it supports loaded trucks. In 1912 this area was treated as a race track and has since proved to be the greatest automobile speedway in the world. In 1931 Ab Jenkins of Salt Lake City broke all former speed records. Here on September 15, 1938, John Cobb established a record of 357.50 miles per hour. Aug, 26, 1939, John Cobb again became the world's automobile speed king by driving this car 369.74 miles per hour.


Bonneville Salt Flats, UTAH
Title:
Bonneville Salt Flats, UTAH
Wendover Utah (UT), Chrome unused

Description:
Racing on the Bonneville Salt Flats, world's fastest speedway, as seen along U.S. highway 40 and 50 near Wendover, Utah. This is the site of the automobile speed record of 394 miles per hour made by John Cobb in 1947.



Indianapolis Speedway
Title:
Indianapolis Speedway
Indianapolis Indiana (IN), Linen unused

Description:
1937


Tom Sneva at the Race Track
Title:
Tom Sneva at the Race Track
Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Tom Sneva set new one-lap and four-lap records with a fast lap of 200.535 while averaging 198.884 miles an hour to win No. 1 starting position for the 1977 Indianapolis 500 mile race. Curteichcolor



Rent-A-Wreck Busch Grand National Car #41
Title:
Rent-A-Wreck Busch Grand National Car #41
Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Driven by Joey McCarthy Rent-A-Wreck - The smart alternative for auto and truck rentals.


A. J. Hoyt Near Race Car
Title:
A. J. Hoyt Near Race Car
Indianapolis Indiana (IN), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
A. J. Foyt, a three-time winner of the famous Indianapolis 500-mile race, drove the ITT Special to third place in 1971. Foyt's Indianapolis victories were recorded in 1961, 1964 and 1967, duplicating the accomplishments of Louis Meyer, Wilbur Shaw and Mauri Rose.



A.J. Foyt - Sheraton Thompson Special
Title:
A.J. Foyt - Sheraton Thompson Special
Long Pond Pennsylvania (PA), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
In the Pocono Mountains of Long Pond, Pennsylvania. Home of the second leg of the Tripe Crown of auto racing - a 500-mile United States Auto Club Championship Race held during the Independence Day weekend on the 2.5 mile tri-oval. Raceway also features a 1.8 mile road course and a 3/4 mile oval. Facility also hosts a 500-mile stock car race, AMA National Championship motorcycle races, Modified/Sportsman Championship Race, and sport and drag races.


Al Unser In His Racing Car
Title:
Al Unser In His Racing Car
Indianapolis Indiana (IN), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
By winning the 1971 Indianapolis 500-mile race at an average speed of 157.735 miles an hour, a new record, Al Unser became the fourth driver to score two consecutive victories at the famous two-and-a-half-mile track. The others were Wilbur Shaw, Mouri Rose and Bill Vukovich. Unser won the 1970 event at a spped of 155.749.



All & Bobby Unser on the Track
Title:
All & Bobby Unser on the Track
Long Pond Pennsylvania (PA), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Pocono International Raceway. In the Pocono Mountains at Long Pond, Pennsylvania. Home of the second leg of the Triple Crown of auto racing - a 500-mile United States Auto Club Championship race held during the Independence Day Weekend on the 2.5 mile tri-oval. Raceway also features a 1.8 mile road coarse and a 3/4 mile oval. Facility also hosts a 500-mile stock car race, AMA National Championship Motorcycle Race, Modified/Sportsman Championship Race, and sport and drag races. Located on PA Route 115, 3 miles south of Interstate 80 Exit 43.


Bobby Rahal With Race Car - Indianapolis Motor Speedway
Title:
Bobby Rahal With Race Car - Indianapolis Motor Speedway
Indianapolis Indiana (IN), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Bobby Rahal set a new race average speed record of 170.722 mph in his Indianapolis 500 victory in 1986.



Jim McElreath - Greer & Foyt Special
Title:
Jim McElreath - Greer & Foyt Special
Long Pond Pennsylvania (PA), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Pocono International Raceway in the Pocono Mountains. Home of the second leg of the Triple Crown of auto racing - a 500-mile United States Auto Club championship race held during the Independence Day weekend on the 2.5 mile tri-voal. Raceway also features a 1.8 mile road course and a 3/4 mile oval. Facility also hosts a 500-mile stock car race, AMA National Championship motorcycle races, Modified/Sportsman Championship race, and sport and drag races.


Mario Andretti - STP Special
Title:
Mario Andretti - STP Special
Long Pond Pennsylvania (PA), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Pocono International Raceway. In the Pocono Mountains. Home of the second leg of the Triple Crown of auto racing - a 500-mile United States Auto Club championship race held during the Independence Day weekend on the 2.5 mile tri-oval. Raceway also features a 1.8 mile road course and a 3/4 mile oval. Facility also hosts a 500-mile stock car race, AMA National Championship motorcycle races, Modified/Sportsman Championship race, and sport and drag races.



Mario Andretti-1969 Winner
Title:
Mario Andretti-1969 Winner
Indianapolis Indiana (IN), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Mario Andretti - Winner of 1969 Indianapolis 500-mile race - USAC National Driving Champion 1969 in the STP Oil Treatment, Indianapolis Motor Speedway 1970.


Mark Donohue - Sunoco Special
Title:
Mark Donohue - Sunoco Special
Long Pond Pennsylvania (PA), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Pocono International Raceway "Indy of the East" In the Pocono Mountains at Long Pond, PA. Home of the second leg of the Triple Crown of Auto Racing - a 500 mile United States Auto Club Championship Race held during the Independence Day weekend on the 2.5 mile tri-oval. Raceway also features a 1.8 mile road course and a 3/4 mile oval. Facility also hosts a 500-mile stock car race, A.M.A National Championship Race, and sport and drag races. Located on PA. Route 115, 3 Miles south of Interstate 80 exit 43. Mailing address - PO Box 500, Mt. Pocono, PA. 18344 Phone 717/646-2300



Mark Donohue in Sunoco Special No. 66
Title:
Mark Donohue in Sunoco Special No. 66
Indianapolis Indiana (IN), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Indianapolis Motor Speedway 1970.


Peter Revson With Race Car #86
Title:
Peter Revson With Race Car #86
Indianapolis Indiana (IN), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Peter Revson, who finished second to Al Unser in the 1971 Indianapolis 500-mile Race, set a new qualifying record of 178.696 miles an hour to win No. 1 starting position for the famous international event.



Tom Sneva with 5 Texaco Star Race Car
Title:
Tom Sneva with 5 Texaco Star Race Car
Indianapolis Indiana (IN), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
After two USAC National Championships and three second place finishes at Indianapolis, Tom Sneva won his first Indianapolis 500 in 1963.


Wally Dallenbach - Sprite Special
Title:
Wally Dallenbach - Sprite Special
Long Pond Pennsylvania (PA), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Pocono International Raceway in the Pocono Mountains. Home of the second leg of the Triple Crown of auto racing - a 500-mile United States Auto Club championship race held during the Independence Day Weekend on the 2.5 mile tri-oval. Raceway also features a 1.8 mile road course and a 3/4 mile oval. Facility also hosts a 500-mile stock car race, AMA National Championship motorcycle races, Modified/Sportsman Championship race, and sport and drag races.



Elgin National Road Races August 25-26-1911
Title:
Elgin National Road Races August 25-26-1911
Divided Back unused


1900 Antique Auto Races-Centennial Exposition 1848-1948
Title:
1900 Antique Auto Races-Centennial Exposition 1848-1948
Milwaukee Wisconsin (WI), Real Photo PM 1948 Aug-26



Joe Nemechek #87 - NEMCO Motorsports
Title:
Joe Nemechek #87 - NEMCO Motorsports
Chrome unused


Joe Nemechek #87
Title:
Joe Nemechek #87
Chrome



Joe Nemechek #87
Title:
Joe Nemechek #87
Chrome


Joe Nemechek - #87
Title:
Joe Nemechek - #87
Chrome

Description:
Owner: NEMCO Motorsports. Sponsor: Dentyne.



Minnesota State Fair
Title:
Minnesota State Fair
Falcon Heights Minnesota (MN), Chrome

Description:
Auto Races Minnesota State Fair Dexter Press, Inc.


Frank E. Fithen, Double Amputee, Race Car Driver
Title:
Frank E. Fithen, Double Amputee, Race Car Driver




Jeff Gordon - #24
Title:
Jeff Gordon - #24
Chrome unused

Description:
Owner: Hendricks Motorsports. Sponsor: Dupont.


Jeff Gordon #24
Title:
Jeff Gordon #24
Chrome unused



Jack Carey
Title:
Jack Carey
Orland Park Illinois (IL), Chrome unused

Description:
Jack is a ten-year veteran of the midwest's short tracks. Career accomplishments include Rookie of the Year. Most Improved Driver, Sportsmanship Trophy, True Grit, Perseverance Trophy and Outstanding Contribution to Motorsports. See Jack and his Thunderbird in ARTGO racing events.


Fighting For First Place, Bryar Motor Sport Park
Title:
Fighting For First Place, Bryar Motor Sport Park
Loudon New Hampshire (NH), Chrome unused



"The Mystery S", World Record Car (207 Miles Per Hour)
Title:
"The Mystery S", World Record Car (207 Miles Per Hour)
Daytona Beach Florida (FL), White Border

Description:
1,000 HP Car Built By The Sunbeam Motor Car Club, Wolverhampton, England.


On the Starting Line, Automobile Races
Title:
On the Starting Line, Automobile Races
Old Orchard Beach Maine (ME), Divided Back PM 1912 Jul-19



Famous Speed Racers on the Measured Mile
Title:
Famous Speed Racers on the Measured Mile
Daytona Beach Florida (FL), Linen unused


Oxford Motors Car on Bonneville Salt Flats
Title:
Oxford Motors Car on Bonneville Salt Flats
Wendover Utah (UT), Chrome

Description:
George McLean Bob Sutton, driver and owner, set a speed record, August 24th, 1963. Top qualifying speed 143.76 mi. per hour. Record run 137.261.



Auto Course at Montgomery Cross Roads
Title:
Auto Course at Montgomery Cross Roads
Divided Back PM 1914 Mar-1

Description:
Savannah Grand Prize and Vanderbilt Cup Race 1911


Art Arfon's "Green Monster"
Title:
Art Arfon's "Green Monster"
Chrome unused



Roger Ward - 1959 and 1962 Champion
Title:
Roger Ward - 1959 and 1962 Champion
Indianapolis Indiana (IN), Chrome unused

Description:
Herbert Elliott Curitech


Parnelli Jones, 500 Mile Speedway
Title:
Parnelli Jones, 500 Mile Speedway
Indianapolis Indiana (IN), Chrome PM 1964 Sep-3

Description:
Parnelli Jones - 1963 500 mile winner at an average speed of 143.137 miles per hour.



View of the "Dip", Lowell Auto Race Course
Title:
View of the "Dip", Lowell Auto Race Course
Lowell Massachusetts (MA), Divided Back PM 1909 Aug-23


The Grand Prix Road Race
Title:
The Grand Prix Road Race
Watkins Glen New York (NY), Linen PM 1951 Aug-5



Bonneville Salt Flats, World's Fastest Speedway, Wendover, Utah-Nevada
Title:
Bonneville Salt Flats, World's Fastest Speedway, Wendover, Utah-Nevada
Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Charles Markley set a speed record August 24th, 1963. One way speed 280,015. Two way average 258,439. Owner of car Markley Bros. This is the fastest open wheel car in the world


Alfa Romeo - Formula I. - Manufactured in Italy. 2 Stage Supercharged Engine
Title:
Alfa Romeo - Formula I. - Manufactured in Italy. 2 Stage Supercharged Engine
Chrome

Description:
Racing Cars Series 5002 Speed in region of 150-160 m.p.h. Winner of many Continental Grand Prix racing events. Drivers: Fangio and Farina



B.R.M. - Formula 1 G.P. Type - Manufactured in Great Britain by British Motor Racing Research Trust
Title:
B.R.M. - Formula 1 G.P. Type - Manufactured in Great Britain by British Motor Racing Research Trust
Chrome

Description:
Racing Cars Series 5001 Speed in region of 200 m.p.h. Over 160 independent firms linked their engineering resources and skill to produce this car


H.W.M. Formula 11 - 1960 c.c. Alta Entine. Manufactured in Great Britain. Speed in Region of 130-
Title:
H.W.M. Formula 11 - 1960 c.c. Alta Entine. Manufactured in Great Britain. Speed in Region of 130-
Chrome unused

Description:
Racing Cars Series 5004 140 m.p.h. In 1951 the H.W.M. competed in 15 Continental races finishing all well to the fore. Drivers: Stirling Moss, Lance Macklin, Duncan Hamilton



Lago Talbot, Formula 1, Manufactured in France
Title:
Lago Talbot, Formula 1, Manufactured in France
Chrome

Description:
Racing Cars Series Speed in region of 140 m.p.h. Winner of Dutch Grand Prix in 1951. Drivers: Rosier, Gonzales, Entancelin


Indianapolis Motor Speedway
Title:
Indianapolis Motor Speedway
Indianapolis Indiana (IN), Chrome PM 1955 Nov-3

Description:
Message says "Jeffrey is just adorable. He was re-circumcised last Tuesday and is just fine."



Approaching the "Dip", Lowell Auto Race Course
Title:
Approaching the "Dip", Lowell Auto Race Course
Lowell Massachusetts (MA), Divided Back


At the Bottom of the "Dip", Lowell Auto Race Course
Title:
At the Bottom of the "Dip", Lowell Auto Race Course
Lowell Massachusetts (MA), Divided Back unused



Hairpin Turn, Merr'k Valley Race Course
Title:
Hairpin Turn, Merr'k Valley Race Course
Lowell Massachusetts (MA), Divided Back PM 1909 Sep-11


The "Dip" at Williams' Farm, Merr'k Valley Race Course
Title:
The "Dip" at Williams' Farm, Merr'k Valley Race Course
Lowell Massachusetts (MA), Divided Back unused



Beginning of Dep, Merr'k Valley Course
Title:
Beginning of Dep, Merr'k Valley Course
Lowell Massachusetts (MA), Divided Back unused


Bridge, Dunbar Ave., Merr'k Valley Race Course
Title:
Bridge, Dunbar Ave., Merr'k Valley Race Course
Lowell Massachusetts (MA), Divided Back PM 1909 Sep-7



Grand Stand, Merr'k Valley Course
Title:
Grand Stand, Merr'k Valley Course
Lowell Massachusetts (MA), Divided Back unused


Louis Strang, the Winner of 1908 Race
Title:
Louis Strang, the Winner of 1908 Race
Lowell Massachusetts (MA), Divided Back PM 1909 Sep-12

Description:
Merr'k Valley Course



Speedway, Lowell Auto Race Course
Title:
Speedway, Lowell Auto Race Course
Lowell Massachusetts (MA), Divided Back unused


The Start of Lowell Auto Race Course
Title:
The Start of Lowell Auto Race Course
Lowell Massachusetts (MA), Divided Back PM 1910 Mar-7



Indianapolis Motor Speedway
Title:
Indianapolis Motor Speedway
Indianapolis Indiana (IN), Divided Back unused

Description:
The greatest race course in the world. The Speedway Park has an area of 328 acres. Total cost over $350,000. Circumference of outer track and road course, five miles. Grandstands and boxes will accommodate 25,000. Entire grounds will accommodate 200,000. Ten thousand automobiles can be parked on the grounds


Rodger Ward - 1959 Champion, 500 Mile Race
Title:
Rodger Ward - 1959 Champion, 500 Mile Race
Indianapolis Indiana (IN), Chrome unused



Car No. 2
Title:
Car No. 2
Chrome unused

Description:
Mario Andretti in the Ford-powered STP Special which he drove to victory in the '69 Indianapolis 500-mile race at a record-breaking average speed of 156.867 miles an hour


Rent-A-Wreck Busch Grand National Car #41
Title:
Rent-A-Wreck Busch Grand National Car #41
Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Driven by Joey McCarthy



F1 Racer
Title:
F1 Racer
Continental Chrome unused


Race Car in Parking Lot by Chris Cross
Title:
Race Car in Parking Lot by Chris Cross
Continental Chrome unused

Description:
February 23-March 16. Warren Benedek Gallery, 380 West Broadway, New York 10012



Jim Hurtibise - Travelon Trailer Special in Front of Crowd
Title:
Jim Hurtibise - Travelon Trailer Special in Front of Crowd
Chrome unused

Description:
Jim Hurtibise, sensational 27 year old rookie from Lennox, California, drove this car owned by the Travelon Trailer Company of Modesto, California, to a record breaking 149.601 miles per hour at the 1960 Indianapolis 500 Mile Speedway trials. He also broke the 4 lap qualifying run at an average speed of 149.056 miles per hour


Perolator Pride - David Pearson
Title:
Perolator Pride - David Pearson
Continental Chrome PM 197-6

Description:
David Pearson, the driver of the red, white and blue Purolator Mercury, won eleven of the 18 Winston Cup Grand National races he entered in 1973. Because of his outstanding achievements, the three-time Grand National Champion was voted the Martini & Rossi Driver of the Year. The number 21 Purolator Mercury is prepared by the famed Wood Brothers of Stuart, Va



Bobby Unser
Title:
Bobby Unser
Chrome unused

Description:
Unser won the 1968 Indianapolis 500-mile race int he Rislane Special No. 3 by averaging 152.882 miles an hour for a new race record


A. J. Foyt - Four-time USAC National Driving Champion
Title:
A. J. Foyt - Four-time USAC National Driving Champion
Chrome unused

Description:
In the Sheraton-THompson Special he drove to his third Indianapolis 500-mile race victory in 1967 at a new record speed of 151.207 miles an hour



Joe Leonard
Title:
Joe Leonard
Chrome unused

Description:
Leonard set new one-lap and four-lap track records of 171.593 and 171.559 in the STP Oil Treatment Special No. 60 to win the pole position in the starting lineup for the 1968 500-mile race at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway


Indianapolis Motor Speedway, The Annual 500 Mile Classic
Title:
Indianapolis Motor Speedway, The Annual 500 Mile Classic
Indianapolis Indiana (IN), Linen unused

Description:
Indianapolis Motor Speedway, the site of the annual 500 mile Automobile speed Classic, is located on West Sixteenth Street (State Road 34). Built in 1909, and improved yearly, the Track is a two and one-half mile paved oval. The World's greatest Race Course draws some 150,000 people on the yearly Memorial Day Race



Indianapolis Motor Speedway
Title:
Indianapolis Motor Speedway
Linen unused

Description:
Indianapolis Motor Speedway, the site of the annual 500 mile Automobile speed Classic, is located on West Sixteenth Street (State Road 34). Built in 1909, and improved yearly, the Track is a two and one-half mile paved oval. The World's greatest Race Course draws some 150,000 people on the yearly Memorial Day Race


500 Mile Race
Title:
500 Mile Race
Indianapolis Indiana (IN), Chrome unused

Description:
Graham Hill of England, winner of the 50th annual Indianapolis Memorial Day Race, May 30, 1966



Parnelli Jones, 1963 Indianapolis Race Winner
Title:
Parnelli Jones, 1963 Indianapolis Race Winner
Chrome unused

Description:
at the wheel of his 1967 turbine-powered STP Oil Treatment Special, which was eliminated because of a bearing failure in the gear box while leading the field with only four laps to go


A.J. Foyt
Title:
A.J. Foyt
Chrome unused

Description:
500-mile speedway winner of the 1961 race at an average speed of 139,130 miles per hour, a new track record



500 Mile Race, Tony Bettenhousen
Title:
500 Mile Race, Tony Bettenhousen
Indianapolis Indiana (IN), Chrome unused


Indy 500 Mile Race - Rodger Ward
Title:
Indy 500 Mile Race - Rodger Ward
Indiana (IN), Chrome unused

Description:
Rodger Ward - 1959 and 1962 Champion



Janet Guthrie
Title:
Janet Guthrie
Continental Chrome unused

Description:
The lovely Ms. Janet Guthrie, one of the thirty-three qualifying drivers for the '77 "500," is the first lady to so qualify in the history of the race. Her professional ability and poise has earned her the respect of her contemporaries


Janet Guthrie
Title:
Janet Guthrie
Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Janet's professional ability and poise has earned her the respect of her contemporary drivers. While she is the first lady to pass the rookie test and the first lady to start a 500-mile race (Pocono), she is determined to start in the Indy "500." It is just a matter of time, Janet will be up there



US National
Title:
US National
Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Smoke rolls off the tires of a top fuel dragster during the NHRA US Nationals at Indianapolis Raceway Park. The world's biggest drag racing event is contested every year at IRP over the Labor Day weekend. The facility also has a paved 686 mile oval and 1 1/2 mile road course which are sued for several championship events each year


In the Winner's Circle - Arie Luyendyk
Title:
In the Winner's Circle - Arie Luyendyk
Continental Chrome unused

Description:
1990 winner - set a new track record with an average speed of 185.981 mph for the 200 laps around the 2 1/2 mile oval in the Indy 500



Emerson Fittipaldi
Title:
Emerson Fittipaldi
Continental Chrome unused

Description:
1989 Winner of the Indianapolis 500 with his share of the prize money - over one million dollars


Arie Luyendyk
Title:
Arie Luyendyk
Continental Chrome unused

Description:
1990 Indianapolis 500 winner set a new track record with an average speed of 185.981 mph, in his sixth race on the Indianapolis oval



Rick Mears
Title:
Rick Mears
Continental Chrome unused

Description:
1991 Indianapolis 500 winner Rick Mears indicates having triumphed for the fourth time, joining A.J. Foyt and Al Unser as the only drivers to have done so. The silver Borg-Warner Trophy was first presented to the winning driver in 1936


1993 Victory Lane
Title:
1993 Victory Lane
Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Emerson Fittipaldi, wife Teresa and pit crew celebrate Emmo's second visit to Victory Lane. Fittipaldi's 1993 Indy victory marks a record ninth win for Team Penske at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Emerson won $1,155,304 to become the fifth straight winner to claim more than $1 million in prizes at the Indy 500



Seattle International Raceway
Title:
Seattle International Raceway
Seattle Washington (WA), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
As one of America's most challenging motorsport facilities, Seattle International Raceway has proudly hosted the Northwest Nationals since 1988. Well over 70,000 spectators from around the world will experience the "Thunder in the Pipes" as names such as Force, Pedregon, Amato, and Hill blister the 1/4 mile of speeds in excess of 300 MPH


A.J. Foyt
Title:
A.J. Foyt
Continental Chrome unused

Description:
O.P.T A.J. Foyt, is one of auto racings all time greats. His skill and endurance added to the precision and split second timing of his pit crew have won him three victories at the famous "Indy 500", and make him a prennial favorite for a fourth



Rick Mears
Title:
Rick Mears
Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Three time Indianapolis 500 Champion Rick Mears collected over $800,000 for his victory in 1988. Rick's other wins came in the 1979 and 1984 races


A.J. Foyt, Jr
Title:
A.J. Foyt, Jr
Continental Chrome unused

Description:
4 time winner - Indianapolis 500 mile race. Winner in 1961, 1964, 1967 and 1977. AJ became the first 4-time winner



Tom Sneva
Title:
Tom Sneva
Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Tom Sneva set new one-lap and four-lap records with a fast lap of 200,535 while averaging 198,884 miles an hour to win No. 1 starting position for the 1977 Indianapolis 500-mile race


Rick Mears
Title:
Rick Mears
Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Rick Mears became the 9th pole position starter in history to win the Indianapolis 500-mile race in 1979, driving the No. 9 Gould Charge



Gordon Johncock, Indianapolis Motor Speedway
Title:
Gordon Johncock, Indianapolis Motor Speedway
Continental Chrome unused

Description:
A former winner at Indy and a front row starter in 1976, popular Gordon drives the brilliant Sinmaster-Goodyear Wildcat. Gordon is recognized as a top threat in any race in which he is entered


Indianapolis Motor Speedway
Title:
Indianapolis Motor Speedway
Indianapolis Indiana (IN), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
A.J. Foyt, Jr. is one of the most popular drivers every to compete in the "Indy-500", and is best known for being the first four-time winner of the May classic. A.J. collected his wins in 1961, 1964, 1967 and 1977 and has competed in over thirty races at the brickyard



Indianapolis Motor Speedway
Title:
Indianapolis Motor Speedway
Indianapolis Indiana (IN), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
The start of the 1988 Indianapolis 500 mile race, recognized as the largest single day sporting event in the world. The "Indy-500" has been a Memorial Day tradition since 1911


The Front Row, Indianapolis Motor Speedway
Title:
The Front Row, Indianapolis Motor Speedway
Indianapolis Indiana (IN), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
This prestigious "Front Row" at the Indianapolis "500" is made up of three of the racing world's top drivers: In the #14 Gilmore Racing Team car is A.J. Foyt; in the #20 Sinmast-Goodyear Wildcat is Gordon Johncock; in the #48 Jorgensen Eagle is Bobby Unser



Here's To The Winner - Hand Holding Wine Glass
Title:
Here's To The Winner - Hand Holding Wine Glass
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 1001


Mario Andretti
Title:
Mario Andretti
Chrome unused

Description:
Two time USAC National Driving Champion, in the Dean Van Lines Special he used to set a new 10-mile qualifying record at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway in 1967 at an average speed of 168.982 miles an hour



500 mile race
Title:
500 mile race
Indianapolis Indiana (IN), Chrome unused

Description:
Rodger Ward in 1959 Victory Lane Dexter


Bobby Unser
Title:
Bobby Unser
Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Bobby Unser and his 1972 turbocharged Offenhouser Olsonite Eagle, after setting a new 10-mile pole position qualifying record of 195.940 miles an hour



Bobby Unser
Title:
Bobby Unser
Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Driving car #3, is the winner of many USAC championship races, which includes the famous Indy 500 in 1968 and 1975


Mario Andretti, Indianapolis Motor Speedway
Title:
Mario Andretti, Indianapolis Motor Speedway
Indianapolis Indiana (IN), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
A familiar sight in the CAM2 Motor Oil Special, Mario has amassed one of the outstanding driving records of modern times. A winner at Indy and three-time national champion are but some of Mario's accomplishments



Autodromo Nazionale di Monza
Title:
Autodromo Nazionale di Monza
Continental Chrome unused


Daytona International Speedway
Title:
Daytona International Speedway
Continental Chrome unused



Daytona National Speedway
Title:
Daytona National Speedway
Daytona Beach Florida (FL), Continental Chrome unused


A.J. Foyt Jr. with Gilmore Racing Team car
Title:
A.J. Foyt Jr. with Gilmore Racing Team car
Continental Chrome unused

Description:
a three-time winner of the Indianapolis 500-mile race, drove this No.14 Gilmore Racing Team entry to second place behind Johnny Rutherford in the 1976 event



Al Unser, Winner of the 1971 Indianapolis 500
Title:
Al Unser, Winner of the 1971 Indianapolis 500
Continental Chrome unused

Description:
By winning the 1971 Indianapolis 500-mile Race at an average speed of 157.735 miles an hour, a new record, Al Unser became the fourth driver to score two consecutive victories at the famous two-and-a-half-mile track. The others were Wilbur Shaw, Mauri Rose and Bill Vukovich. Unser had won the 1970 event at a speed of 155.749


Bobby Unser with Jorgensen Eagle
Title:
Bobby Unser with Jorgensen Eagle
Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Bobby Unser, who won the 1968 Indianapolis 500-mile race, drove this Jorgensen Eagle to his second "Indy" victory in the 1975 event (cut to 435 miles because of rain) at an average speed of 149.213 miles an hour Curt Teich & Co



Rick Mears
Title:
Rick Mears
Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Rick Mears became the 9th pole position starter in history to win the Indianapolis 500-mile race in 1979, driving the No. 9 Gould Charge


Indianaoplis Motor Speedway, The Greatest Automobile Race Course in the World
Title:
Indianaoplis Motor Speedway, The Greatest Automobile Race Course in the World
Indianapolis Iowa (IA), Linen PM 1946 Oct-24

Description:
The Indianapolis Motor Speedway is the foremost brick motor race course in the world. The annual Decoration Day Sweepstake attract drivers of international fame, and more than 125,000 spectators from all parts of America and Europe



The Greatest Automobile Race Course in the World
Title:
The Greatest Automobile Race Course in the World
Speedway Indiana (IN), Linen unused

Description:
The Indianapolis Motor Speedway is the foremost brick motor race course in the world. The annual Decoration Day Sweepstakes attract more than 125,000 spectators from all parts of America and Europe


Indianapolis Motor Speedway - Main Gate
Title:
Indianapolis Motor Speedway - Main Gate
Indianapolis Indiana (IN), Chrome unused



The Grand Prix - International Sport Car Races
Title:
The Grand Prix - International Sport Car Races
Sebring Florida (FL), Chrome unused


Vanderbilt Race
Title:
Vanderbilt Race
Divided Back unused

Description:
Vanderbilt Race, Oct. 24, 1908. Locomobile No. 1 driven by James Florida, passing the grand stand. "Unofficially the third car was undoubtedly No. 1 Locomobile which ran into an unruly crowd at the finish."



Vanderbilt Race
Title:
Vanderbilt Race
Divided Back unused

Description:
Vanderbilt Race, Oct. 24, 1908. Robertson in No. 16 Locomobile at the Railroad bridge at Westbury, all four wheels in the air. A unique speed picture from a genuine photograph.


Vanderbilt Race
Title:
Vanderbilt Race
Divided Back unused

Description:
Vanderbilt Race, October 24, 1908. Locomobile No. 16 at the Starting Line.



Vanderbilt Race
Title:
Vanderbilt Race
Divided Back unused

Description:
Vanderbilt Race October 24, 1908. The Locomobile winning at an average speed of 64.38 miles per hour and breaking all speed records established in compe6tition for the Trophy.


Vanderbilt Race
Title:
Vanderbilt Race
Divided Back unused

Description:
Vanderbilt Race, October 24, 1908. The winning Locomobile stopping at the end of the ninth lap to take on supplies. The tanks were filled in one minute and fifteen seconds.



Auto Racing
Title:
Auto Racing
Old Orchard Beach Maine (ME), Divided Back unused


Indianapolis Motor Speedway
Title:
Indianapolis Motor Speedway
Divided Back unused

Description:
Greatest race course in the world



Colan L. Tillis Race Car #29
Title:
Colan L. Tillis Race Car #29
Wauchula Florida (FL), Real Photo unused


Lime Rock Park
Title:
Lime Rock Park
Lime Rock Connecticut (CT), Chrome

Description:
"Road Racing Center of the East"



Motor Racing at Brands Hatch
Title:
Motor Racing at Brands Hatch
Kent, Chrome unused

Description:
Motor Racing at Brands Hatch A Repco Brabham Ford leading


Early Race Cars at the Start Line
Title:
Early Race Cars at the Start Line
Spokane Washington (WA), Real Photo unused

Description:
Looks like a 1950's print



Masked Racer in Green Sportscar Marked No. 3 Speeds Along the Shore
Title:
Masked Racer in Green Sportscar Marked No. 3 Speeds Along the Shore
Divided Back PM Jun-1

Description:
Cobb X Shinn Blessed be the pace-naker for he shall ride inno man's dust.


Scouts' Day, 1913 Auto Race, Brooklands Circuit
Title:
Scouts' Day, 1913 Auto Race, Brooklands Circuit
Weybridge (Surrey), Real Photo PM 1913 Feb-16

Description:
Vauxhall Type A "Hands Up" Scouts' Day, 14 Feb.



The Fiat Driven by Robertson
Title:
The Fiat Driven by Robertson
Lowell Massachusetts (MA), Divided Back unused

Description:
Merrrimack Valley Automobile Race Course


City Park Race Track
Title:
City Park Race Track
New Orleans Louisiana (LA), Divided Back PM 1911 Aug-8

Description:
The New Orleans Jockey Club has equipped (on the grounds just back of City Park) one of the finest and most modern race tracks in the country, the investment representing nearly half a million each year and usually last 100 days



Grand Prix Automobile de Monaco
Title:
Grand Prix Automobile de Monaco
Continental Chrome PM 1969 May-19


Bobby Marshman
Title:
Bobby Marshman
Chrome unused

Description:
Prominent contender for premier honors in several of the world famous Indianapolis 500-mile Speed Classics, is shown at the wheel of a Ford-powered rear-engine car



Bobby Allison
Title:
Bobby Allison
Hueytown Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Bobby Allison achieved just about everything a race driver would want to in 1972 with the exception of the Grand National Championship. Allison won 10 races in 31 starts for $271,395.00 driving a Chevrolet Monte Carlo. He is one of two drivers ever to win back-to-back Southern 500's at Darlington


500 Mile Race; Jim Clark
Title:
500 Mile Race; Jim Clark
Indianapolis Indiana (IN), Chrome unused

Description:
World champion racer and winner of the 1965 Indianapolis Memorial Day Race with an average speed of 150,686 miles per hour



A.J. Foyt - 1961 and 1964 Winner, 500 Mile Race
Title:
A.J. Foyt - 1961 and 1964 Winner, 500 Mile Race
Indianapolis Indiana (IN), Chrome unused


Bonneville Salt Flats
Title:
Bonneville Salt Flats
Wendover Utah (UT), Chrome unused

Description:
Wendover, Utah-Nevada. Bob Sutton, driver and owner, set a speed record, August 24th, 1963. Top qualifying speed 143.76 mi. per hour. Record run 137.261



Getting Flagged Down at the Grand Prix
Title:
Getting Flagged Down at the Grand Prix
Watkins Glen New York (NY), Chrome unused

Description:
George W. Scott Getting "Flagged Down" at a trouble spot in the world's most famous race, The Watkins Glen International Grand Prix of America at Watkins Glen, N. Y. Color Photo by George W. Scott Dexter


Motor Racing at the Seashore
Title:
Motor Racing at the Seashore
Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



Line Up Before the Start, Indianapolis Motor Speedway
Title:
Line Up Before the Start, Indianapolis Motor Speedway
Indianapolis Indiana (IN), Linen unused

Description:
The Greatest Automobile Race Course in the World Metrocraft


Motor Speedway Pagoda
Title:
Motor Speedway Pagoda
Indianapolis Indiana (IN), Linen PM 1952 May-29



Jim Rathmann, Indianapolis Motor Speedway
Title:
Jim Rathmann, Indianapolis Motor Speedway
Speedway Indiana (IN), Chrome unused

Description:
Jim Rathmann, winner of the 1960 500-Mile Race, at an average speed of 138.767 miles an hour. (New Record) Dexter Press


Meadowdale Raceway
Title:
Meadowdale Raceway
Carpentersville Illinois (IL), Chrome unused



Famous "16" Racer
Title:
Famous "16" Racer
Kansas City Missouri (MO), Real Photo unused

Description:
Rebuilt by students at Rahe's Auto Training School, 11 & Locust, K.C. Mo


Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course
Title:
Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course
Mansfield Ohio (OH), Chrome unused

Description:
Series 78489-B
2.4 miles of high speed asphalt straight-aways and banked turns. One of the finest, most challenging road racing courses in the world. Located just 8 miles south of Mansfield, O



Vanderbilt Race
Title:
Vanderbilt Race
Divided Back unused

Description:
Vanderbilt Race, Oct. 24, 1908. the Last Lap. Robertson at Westbury Turn making up time lost through tire trouble. The most thrilling part of the race. Note only one spare tire is at the rear of the car.


Vanderbilt Race
Title:
Vanderbilt Race
Divided Back unused

Description:
Vanderbilt Race, October 24, 1908. After the Race. Luttgen, who drove Mr. Vanderbilt's Mercedes, is congratulating Robertson on his victory with the Locomobile.



Famous North Turn
Title:
Famous North Turn
Daytona Beach Florida (FL), Chrome PM 1963 Mar-06

Description:
Famous North Turn, showing historic Stock Car Racing on the World's Most Famous Beach at Daytona Beach, Florida. Scene shows last 200-mile race on the combined beach and road course, where these races were held for more than a decade prior to the opening of the new Daytona International Speedway. Many speed records were broken on this former beach and road course.


Grub Vom Nurburgring
Title:
Grub Vom Nurburgring
Continental Chrome unused



Stock Car Racing
Title:
Stock Car Racing
Flemington New Jersey (NJ), Chrome unused

Description:
Flemington Fair Grounds Flemington, New Jersey In addition to the famous Flemington Fair which is held annually opening the Tuesday before and continuing through Labor Day, exciting stock car races are held at the fair grounds every Saturday evening at 7:00 P.M. commencing the last week in April through the fall.


Indianapolis Motor Speedway The Annual 500 Mile Classic
Title:
Indianapolis Motor Speedway The Annual 500 Mile Classic
Indianapolis Indiana (IN), Linen PM 1952

Description:
Indianapolis Motor Speedway, the site of the annual 500 mile Automobile speed Classic is located on West Sixteenth Street (State Road 34). Built in 1909, and improved yearly, the Track is a two and one-half mile paved oval. The World's greatest Rage Course draws some 150,000 people on the yearly Memorial Day Race.



Indy 500 Motor Speedway Pagoda
Title:
Indy 500 Motor Speedway Pagoda
Indianapolis Indiana (IN), Linen PM 1948




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