Good in fair dust jacket. 1967. 189 pages. Pictorial white dust jacket over green boards. Contains black and white photographic plates. Firm binding to clean, lightly tanned pages and plates with bright copy throughout. Clean boards with bright gilt lettering to spine. Tanning to edges and spine ends. Slight forward lean. Light rub wear to edges and bumped corners. Usual shelf wear and markings to dust jacket with tanning to spine and edges. Minor surface tear to front. Creasing and minor tears to edges. Chipping to spine ends. World of Rare Books Item ref. 1506323251ANM (Use this ID when enquiring about this item. )
Very Good in Very Good jacket. Jacket has minor shelf wear, enclosed in protective mylar cover, binding tight, front endpage has an address label affixed to it. 160 pages. The updated, revised version with additional material that was left out of the original volume. This autobiography is a human account of the motor racing scene. When Innes Ireland decided to write it, after his experience among the world's fastest men and motor cars, there emerged an intensely personal record of seven years of sweat and danger, laughter and pain, success and tragedy.
Near Fine in Very Good dust jacket. Non-personalized author inscription to title page. Store label to front free-endpaper. Clean, crisp copy of this first edition. Binding tight and straight, inner pages clean and unmarked. Corners sharp. Dust Jacket is price-intact, clean with mild shelfwear.; 8.58 X 5.59 X 0.94 inches; Signed by Author.
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