Indianapolis 500 and Grand Prix History and Reference Books
|Title and Author/Editor||Design & Development of the Indy Car (Roger Huntington), The Indianapolis Records (Alan Hess), Unser An American Family Portrait (Gordon Kirby), Johnny Rutherford, Indy Champ (Hal Higdon), They Call Me Mister 500 (Anthony Granatelli), Indianapolis 500-Mile Race History (Floyd Clymer), The Grand Prix Year World Championship 1960 (Louis T. Stanley), Grand Prix World Championship 1964 (Louis T. Stanley), Grand Prix World Championship 1962 (Louis T. Stanley), Grand Prix (David Hodges, Doug Nye, Nigel Roebuck), The Monaco Grand Prix (Alex Rollo), The Men and Machines of Indy Car Racing, 1987–88 (Johnathan Hughes), Passion and Precision: The Photographer and Grand Prix Racing 1894–1984 (Dale Kistemaker and Kent James Smith)|
|Binding||Cloth on board, Softcover|
|Publisher||Doubleday & Company, Autosport International, St. Martin’s Press, Stuart & Richards, A. S. Barnes and Company, G. P. Putnam’s Sons, Regnery|
|Place of Publication||New York, London|
|Number of Books||15|
- generally tight bindings, loose hinges, rubbing and soiling, page toning and foxing, edge wear, tears and chips to dust jackets, bowing, and bumped and cocked spines and corners. Unser: An American Family Portrait remains sealed in plastic.
- measures Grand Prix.