The Saga of Rotten Red, The Don Edmunds Story
Posted on 4/26/2017
The Saga of Rotten Red, The Don Edmunds Story' covers Don Edmunds' early days in Santa Ana and Anaheim, his start in the roadsters, Don's time competing with the jalopies and midgets in southern California, and his career at Indy (Rookie of the Year in 1957) and time on the Championship Trail. Of course, Don is best known as the designer and builder of hundreds of iconic sports cars, circle track cars, and Indy entries, but few know of the impressive scale models he has built, his efforts to restore significant race cars, his time with Speedway bikes, his South African supermodified junket, and his involvement with the Evel Knievel Sky Cycle and much more. 182 pages with more than 200 photos will tell the story.

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