Vintage Motorsport’s 2019 Sept-Oct Issue is Now Available

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Porsche’s wild 1969 908 LH Longtail our cover Screamliner! and in 7 pages of the Salon feature — long, lean and low…and faster than your next idea.

By Ted West / Photography by Peter Harholdt

But in 1976 Porsche had a nemesis in the form of Chevy’s 600hp DeKon Monza and our story tells of a full season’s worth of Porsche 935 harassment by driver Michael Keyser.

By Michael Keyser | Photography Autosportsltd.com

Another amazing racing tale is the wild ride of American Motors/BF Goodrich Team Highball taking on the 24 Hours of Nürburgring — two cars and little sleep!

By Gary Witzenburg

And we’ve heard many Carroll Shelby stories, but in a saved interview the racing legend talks about four dear pit pals — Masten Gregory, Donald Healey, Lance Reventlow and Zora Duntov — all legends in their own right.

By William Edgar

In Part 2 of Hot Wheels, we take a detailed look at the Daytona 24-winning Dyson Riley & Scott Mk III Ford – chassis 002.

By Martin Raffauf

We also thoroughly explore Ferrari Classiche — its division designed to provide owners of classic, veteran and historic Ferraris authenticity certification.

By Jeff Allison

And how about taking a drive with barn find hunter Tom Cotter in an unusual 1956 Arnolt-Bristol Bolide?

By Tom Cotter | Photography by Steve Rossini

Remember Lions Drag Strip? Wait until you see the new museum dedicated to its memory on these pages. The huge WeatherTech International Challenge with Brian Redman at Road America is here, too, along with the Goodwood Festival of Speed, Pittsburgh Vintage GP, HMSA/HSR Mont Tremblant, SOVREN’s Pacific Northwest Historics and the VRG/VSCCA Thompson Festival. All of VM’s great columnists, too.

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