The Fabulous Trashwagon [NOOK Book]

Overview

The third novel in author/racer "BS" Levy's hilarious and cult-classic The Last Open Road series. Buddy's life gets more complicated as he starts a family, grows his shop business, builds his own racing special from a couple of Big Ed's wrecks and heads off on new racing & wrenching adventures to the Indianapolis 500, Bonneville, the inaugural race at Road America and the darkest day in motor sports history at Le Mans, 1955.
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The Fabulous Trashwagon

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Overview

The third novel in author/racer "BS" Levy's hilarious and cult-classic The Last Open Road series. Buddy's life gets more complicated as he starts a family, grows his shop business, builds his own racing special from a couple of Big Ed's wrecks and heads off on new racing & wrenching adventures to the Indianapolis 500, Bonneville, the inaugural race at Road America and the darkest day in motor sports history at Le Mans, 1955.
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On Track magazine
"Page after page of rip-roaring yarns. Levy has the impressive talent of spinning a story so interesting, so factual, and so utterly hilarious that one can't help being engulfed in each moment."
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940015528251
  • Publisher: Think Fast Ink LLC
  • Publication date: 10/15/2012
  • Series: The Last Open Road , #3
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 533
  • Sales rank: 543,565
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

Burt Levy first started writing about racing "to get my hobby for free." And he's been at it ever since, mooching his way into an incredible variety of iconic and occasionally prioeless racing machines under the dubious pretext of "writing a magazine story about them." He's won races and championships, filled in as a club speaker and racetrack color announcer and served as a stunt driver when "The Blues Brothers" movie was shooting in Chicago. Along the way, he's also penned a series of award-winning and utterly hilarious motor sports novels that have become genuine cult classics on the racing and collector-car scenes.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 10, 2002

    The Racing Saga Continues...

    What a wonderful way to get away from todays world. A fix for those of us with the incurable infection. Levi weaves a tale through road racing history of the early 50s that puts you in the middle of things right along side his hapless hero Buddy. A good read, especially between race seasons.

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