Vintage Cars and Comics from 1970! 64 Pages of Fast & Furious Chills, Spills and Thrills! Story & Art by JACK KELLER, shot from Charlton Comics' Original Silver Prints! SEE Hot Rodders, Dragsters and Dirt Jockeys drive all kinds of classic stockers, indy cars and other racers at incredible racing arenas and the highways and byways of America! Featuring 5 wild tales of Classic Hot Rods and Racing Car Comics! WASTE ‘IM! Clint Curtis is almost creamed in his fuel-injected Corvette by some murderous hippies in a souped-up Lamborghini! No way is he going to let them get away with it despite their plan to “waste ‘im!” From Hot Rods and Racing Cars #101 (April 1970) THE BLOWN MILL After lunching the mill of his super-modified racer, and in need of money, a femme fatale offers Clint a thousand bucks to drive her new De Tomaso Mangusta round-trip from the Bonneville Salt Flats… Easy money, until a Torino with a hopped-up 427 is on their tail! From Hot Rods and Racing Cars #102 (June 1970) THE HITCHHIKER A near-deadly blow-out in his AMX almost kills Clint! But he goes from the frying pan into the fire when he becomes the victim of an escaped convict and matches wits with a killer in a Thunderbird! From Hot Rods and Racing Cars #103 (August 1970) RACE TO WIN Even with an awesome Chaparral 2H, Clint knows it takes more than luck and raw courage for victory! His skills are put to the test when he becomes part of the Titanic Oil racing team at Mosport Park! From Hot Rods and Racing Cars #104 (October 1970) THE CAR HATER At Sebring International Speedway, Clint is part of a 12 hour endurance race. He has to share the Matra 360 driving with the obnoxious Marty Snell… a driver with no respect for cars! From Hot Rods and Racing Cars #105 (December 1970) BONUS FEATURES AIRFOILS A concise history of the evolution of airfoils in racing… and their sometimes with disastrous results! GROUP 7 McLarens, Ferraris, Lolas and Chapparals with powerful Ford and 427 Chevy mills… This is Group 7! The legendary Charlton Comics published Hot Rods and Racing Cars for over 20 years from the 1950s to the 1970s and are beloved and collected by gearheads worldwide. The comics in this Collector’s Edition were written and drawn by car buff Jack Keller and give amazing insight into the 20th Century racing world. This collection features art shot from Charlton's master silver prints, the closest thing to the original art, and were used to publish the comics in the first place.