by D.R.I. in Templeton, CA (4997 Shadow Canyon Rd., Templeton 93465) .
Written in English
|Statement||by Dan Iandola.|
|LC Classifications||TL140.R55 I26 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||260 p. :|
|Number of Pages||260|
|LC Control Number||92097160|
Details about George Riley Racing Scrapbook Book Dan Iandola George Riley Racing Scrapbook Book Dan Iandola Item Information. Condition: Used. Price: US $ George Riley Racing Scrapbook Book Dan Iandola Sign in to check out Check out as guest. Seller Rating: % positive. George Riley was a gifted machinist and inventor who deserves a more detailed summary of his life and accomplishments. What photos of Riley racing equipment and early race cars that are included are good, but leave interested readers wishing there were more of them. Book is not worth the price. One person found this helpful/5. George Riley racing scrapbook This edition published in by D.R.I. in Templeton, CA ( Shadow Canyon Rd., Templeton ).Pages: George Riley racing scrapbook , D.R.I.
I believe the " mph" booklet is an extremely edited down version of two different articles that George Riley wrote. The first was a 3 page article titled "mile an Hour Model A Ford Speedsters". The second was I believe a chapter in a book, the chapter was called "Building a Race Car", it is 15 pages long! Its called George Riley Racing scrapbook by Dan Iandola and it has a bunch of stuff that I think might be helpfull to you. thiers a ton of photos, lots of information on tunning them, blue prints,parts lists all kinds of information on the development of them thiers even some crude drawing from real early. the book has a ton of information on Riely and his racing machines. Page 1 of 2 - Racing Rileys - posted in The Nostalgia Forum: First of all, happy new year to everyone on this forum.I just read David Styles Sporting Rileys and there is no question it is a remarquable work. I must admit I did know very little about Rileys, and to my mind the subtitle Forgotten Champions was quite well choosen. However, as good was the book, I find frustating its ending with . In the foreground is a. Riley Two it is a. Riley Four Port that came from a racing car in northern California that was driven by Walt Davis. The Riley engine was developed by George Riley of Los Angeles, California - Engines in the Bill and Mike LaRosa collection. Click your mouse on the photo at right to see photo of another Riley Four Port engine pictured by itself -The.
The floats were custom made and very hard to find today. All this info is in the book George Riley Racing Scrapbook by Dan Landola that is occasionally for sale on ebay new by a book seller. Not up today. I just checked. Patterns exist. Don't have any ads. Charlie". Buyer pays $ for USA shipment. Actual shipping costs overseas. Please review the posted information from the book “George Riley Racing Scrapbook” where a complete chapter is devoted to this extremely significant piece of racing history. A cobbled together Ardun V8 60 engine sold on eBay last week for $42,! Shop new, used, rare, and out-of-print books. Powell's is an independent bookstore based in Portland, Oregon. Browse staff picks, author features, and more. Geoff notes that his friend Scott Miller actually found this one, buried in the pages of Dan Iandola's George Riley Racing Scrapbook. As Iandola wrote, taking information from the back of the one known photo, the Riley teardrop was designed by "Miehl," and built for .