March 1956 Speed Age Magazine
EX+ Condition – Magazine is complete with some minor cover wear and creasing. The spine shows some only subtle use wear, and the pages are just a bit yellowed mostly around the edges due to age.
This Issue includes: What’s Killing Sports Car Racing?; Understanding the new breed of Hot Rodders; Bill Holland Tests the Studebaker Golden Hawk; The Year Ahead for Stock Car Racing; Emil Nelson Hot Rodder profile; The Ten Greatest and post-war racing stars; Customize your engine – cool chrome parts for a neat look; Jack Stewart’s 1950 Olds 88 custom; Daytona Beach racing and it’s growth; NASCAR Season Opener from the Hickory half-mile; MG car club racing; Three Quarter midget racing; Sterling Moss wins the Tourist Trophy and the Targa Florio; Sports Car Salon; Plus more great Speed Age magazine editorial.
An excellent, historical issue in great condition from the magazine dedicated to speed and racing.