Size: 8.5 x 11 inches
Format: Paperback / softback
Illustrations: 99 b/w & 259 color photos
Description: While the established stock and modified brackets are long-recognized as the heart and soul of drag racing, it was the wheelstanders that more often than not put butts in the bleachers. In that category, the most memorable of all was the Hurst Hemi Under Glass Plymouth Barracuda campaigned by Bob Riggle.
Riggle started his career in the early 1960s as a car builder and mechanic for Hurst-Campbell and eventually ascended to pilot the Hemi Under Glass.
When he left Hurst in 1969, the Hemi Under Glass franchise transferred with Riggle. He continued for six more years as the owner/driver of a succession of Hemi Under Glass renditions. In the 1990s he resurrected the concept of the original car—making four different versions (1966, 1967, 1968, and 1969)—and continued to thrill drag racing fans with his wheelstanding antics.
This is a brand new book – not used.