Nascar Races, Tracks & Superstars--brand New Book--168 Pages Color And Bw Photos on 2040-parts.com
Williamsburg, Ohio, United States
Manufacturer Part Number:042799714423
Surface Finish:glossy paperstock
This is a very nice, brand new "NASCAR Races, Tracks & Superstars" collectible book. It was published by the Publications International in 2007 and covers all of the important Cars, Drivers. Tracks and Races. Also explains the NASCAR Points System. The 6" x 9-1/4" book features lots of interesting facts, stats, stories and LOTS of full-color photos. This excellent, 168 page book has NEVER been read or displayed--it is mint/brand new. Coming from a smoke-free home, I will carefully pad, pack and ship this new book with US Delivery Confirmation in the US for FREE--rates to Canada only a $23.75. Overseas bidders are welcome, with AIR shipping only $38.75 for this item. Buyers in the US may use either PayPal or other prompt mail-in payment methods. Buyers OUTSIDE the United States please use PayPal since my small-town bank will not process any non-US payments. I am happy to DISCOUNT shipping on additional items so please check out my other items and be sure to add me to your favorites list for more neat car/truck/tractor stuff. God Bless!
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