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Rare Copy of "Time and Two Seats" New, Unused, by Janos Wimpffen

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#1 BobLittle

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Posted 27 July 2017 - 23:45

This is a truly outstanding, majestic journalistic production, two heavy thick volumes totalling 2256 large format pages, quality heavy paper, bound, portraying the history of sportscar racing for the past 50 years up to 1999.  The year 1999 was the only the first and only year "Time and Two Seats" was published and features detailed, superbly well written race reports interspersed with 600 black and white photographs.  

Features all of the drivers and cars...the well known and the amazingly popular world champions. The completely unknown cars and drivers. Everything and everyone in between that ever placed a wheel on the world's racing circuits.  This truly amazing research tool continues with incredibly detailed and comprehensive tables listing every possible fact pertaining to the world's races, including the drivers names, starting positions on the grid, finishing order, qualifying times, details of the circuit and many other important facts.


Organzed in an era-by-era, year-by-year, race-by-race narration of major events like Le Mans, Daytona, Sebring, each circuit race, each hillclimb, and even rally events like the Tour de France. Diagrams of each racing circuit, the names of the drivers, the obscure names and even the assumed names and nicknames that racers would drive under.  Three forward remarks prepared by Phill Hill, Brian Redman and Derek Bell.


There are but a mere handful of copies remaining in circulation, ...if you can call it "circulation" ...never found in libraries except the librairies of wealthy car owners and drivers of the time.  Here is a chance to acquire at a reasonable price a brand new set of Volume 1 and Volume 2 books in a maroon colored "Time and Two Seats" sleeve.  

$1,200 FOB New York.  Please contact Robert Little, Paralegal123@msn.com and visit my world heritage Alfa Romeo Autodelta website www.AutodeltaGoldenYears.com site.  Thank you for your time and attention.