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In 2006 John Baechtel, Mike Cook and a dedicated team of volunteers restored the Summer’s Brothers Goldenrod to its former glory and a secure position on the Motorsports display at The Henry Ford (museum) in Dearborn, Michigan. The Goldenrod set the first 400 MPH+ international speed record at the Bonneville Salt Flats and held that distinction for 45 years. During the restoration process, hundreds of detailed photographs were take to document every detail of the car’s construction and the steps and methods used to preserve it for posterity.
It includes full coverage of the restoration effort, rare family photos, plans and blueprints, the complete aerodynamic development report, a special section on the Chrysler Race Hemi engines and a detailed timeline of the record attempt.
You haven't really seen the GOLDENROD until you've seen it here.
The new book is currently in the final editing stages and is scheduled to go to press at the end of 2016. Watch this space for publication updates and sign up for an e-mail alert when the book is ready to ship.