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2004

2004.1 (Jan/Feb 2004)
Model # 2004.1
IMSA - The Last Great American Road Racing Series, Pt 2
This second installment on the history of the International Motor Sports Association opens at the beginning of the 1976 season and concludes with the 1980 season, just prior to IMSA's introduction of the GTP class.

Oh, The Roaring Springs! Part 2
Palm Springs was a magnet for fast times and blithe spirit, until the sports car racing scene changes and the party ended.

Mark Donohue Tribute Reunion
Family, friends and fans of Mark Donohue gather at Watkins Glen to remember a racing legend.

Salon: Return of the Maser
A legendary '57 Maserati 300S comes back to life and looks terrific.

Racetrack Renaissance
We take a look at the current bonanza of racetrack construction.

Vintage Event Coverage:
Goodwood Revival
GRL Lime Rock
HSR Brumos Daytona
SVRA Zippo Grand Prix
CSRG Coronado
VSCCA Pittsburgh Vintage GP

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2004.2 (Mar/Apr 2004)
Model # 2004.2
IMSA - The Last Great American Road Racing Series, Pt 3
This is the third in a four-part series on the history of the International Motor Sports Association. In the last installment, which covered the years 1976 to 1980, IMSA had become the most popular road racing series in North America. But even with the big fields of cars and ever increasing crowds, IMSA was facing a number of challenges.

John Surtees: A Champion for All Seasons
The only man to win world championships on two wheels and four.

Vintage Tech: Hard on the Brakes
The care and feeding of racing brakes is more involved than most racers imagine. This is what you need to pay attention to on any vintage race car.

E-Type Track Drive
Jaguar's Select Edition Racing Team invites us into the cockpit for a race in the SVRA U.S. Zippo GP at Watkins Glen.

Salon: Porsche 908/3
Where We Race: Road Atlanta and GingerMan Raceway

Vintage Event Coverage:
GRL Coronado
SVRA VIR
VSCDA Fall Festival
SVRA Blue/Gray Challenge
Riverside Reunion

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2004 Annual
Model # 2004a
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2004.3 (May/Jun 2004)
Model # 2004.3
IMSA - The Last Great American Road Racing Series, Pt 4
The final segment in a four-part series on the long and amazing history of the International Motor Sports Association.

Silent Thunder: When the Turbines Came to Indy
Andy Granatelli upset the status quo at the Brickyard in 1967 and 68.

Vintage Safety: Head and Neck Restraints
Mandated in some forms of racing, head and neck restraints are finding more use in vintage competition. Which is the right one for you?

Penske Museum
Roger Penske has gathered a great number of Penske Racings history-making race cars at his mega-dealership in Scottsdale, Arizona.

Salon: Kurtis-Kraft 500G2
Where We Race: VIR and Blackhawk Farms Raceway

Vintage Event Coverage:
SVRA 12 Hours of Sebring
Amelia Island Concours
HMSA Laguna Seca Opener
HSR Rolex Legends at Daytona
Barrett-Jackson and RM Auctions

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2004.4 (Jul/Aug 2004)
Model # 2004.4
Call Us TRACO
The remarkable career of race car mechanics Jim Travers and Frank Coon.

The Birth of a Daytona Tradition
The first Daytona Continental attracted a strong field of international stars and set the stage for Americas premier endurance contest, the 24 Hours of Daytona.

The Reincarnation of the Bandit
An IMSA Olds is saved from the crusher and hits the track once again.

Rennsport Reunion II
Porsche remained true to their word by staging the second edition of this spectacular tribute to the companys racing heritage.

Salon: BMW 3.5 CSL
Vintage Safety: Suits, Helmets and More
Where We Race: Road America and BeaveRun

Vintage Event Coverage:
Monaco Historique
HSR Walter Mitty
Copperstate 1000
CSRG Infineon
Chaparral Gallery

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2004.5 (Sep/Oct 2004)
Model # 2004.5
1000 Miles in a Day
John Fitch, a Mercedes-Benz 300SL Gullwing and the 1955 Mille Miglia.

Out With A Bang–The Mighty Midget 88
What began as tasty English street candy for John Edgar and sons gradually morphed into a storming California road race star and MG legend.

Vintage Safety: Restraint Systems, Nets and Seats
Vintage competitors have the opportunity to benefit from many of the same advances that have made todays racing so much safer than it once was.

Looking Back on the Gullwing
A automotive icon flies high for 50 years. We take one for a drive.

Salon: Ferrari 330 P3/4
Where We Race: Mid-Ohio and Mont Tremblant

Vintage Event Coverage:
Goodwood Festival of Speed
VIR Gold Cup
GRL Wine Country Classic
HGP Montreal
SVRA Elkhart Lake

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2004.6 (Nov/Dec 2004)
Model # 2004.6
The Wizard of Westfield
Walt Hansgen joined the racing game late, but made up for lost time in a stellar and varied international racing career.

The Whitney Straight Maserati
Still racing after all these yearsMaserati 8CM, chassis number 3011.

The Last Scarab
Lance Reventlow and Co. builds a V8-powered rear-engined sports racer.

Vintage Safety: Fuel Cells
Here is what you need to know about purchasing and maintaining one of the most important safety components in any vintage race car.

Salon: Alfa Romeo T33/3
Where We Race: Roebling Road and Lime Rock

Vintage Event Coverage:
Monterey Historics
Brian Redman International Challenge
Le Mans Classic
SVRA Mid-Ohio
VSCCA Pittsburgh
HMSA Portland

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