THE LARRY ORMSBY SCRAPBOOK – THE FORD YEARS
Aussie legend releases a stunning new book.
In a must-have for all Drag Racing and Muscle Car fans, legendary Australian drag racer, the Big O, Larry Ormsby has just released a stunning, limited edition book detailing the early years of his incredible career.
The 287-page high-quality publication documents an exciting, bygone era in racing, the ‘Win on Sunday. Sell on Monday’ years in which Ormsby captured the attention of legendary Ford Racing boss Al Turner.
All three of Ormsby’s famous GT Falcons are covered – his original XR GT, Nationals-winning XW GTHO, and the factory-supported XY GTHO “Braker III” with which Ormsby claimed the first ever Nationals Pro Stock title.
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A must-have for Drag Racing and Muscle Car fans!
A stunning, high-quality publication, “The Larry Ormsby Scrapbook – The Ford Years” is a must-have for Drag Racing and Muscle Car fans.
As the title suggests, this special book details the early years of legendary Australian drag racer Larry Ormsby during to the late 1960s and early-mid 1970s when the Big O became famous for storming down Australian drag strips at the wheel of a trio of tough, record-setting GT and GTHO Falcons.
Like the premium 351 Limited Edition issue, the standard The Larry Ormsby Scrapbook – The Ford Years issue is only available in strictly limited numbers.
351 LIMITED EDITION
Limited Edition selling fast, secure your copy now!
The initial release of this very special publication is the "351 Limited Edition" issue, which is strictly limited to just 351 numbered copies.
Each of these limited editions is presented in a commemorative rigid presentation box with both the box and book cover featuring distinctive foil embossing.
Each also includes a signed and numbered Certificate of Authenticity to match the corresponding book number.
351 Limited Edition receives great reviews!
Three-time Australian Drag Racing Champion, Graeme Cooper ordered book #51 to match the racing number of his famous "Bricklayer" EH Holden station wagon – and he's rapt.
"Larry and his GT Falcons were the reason I wanted to start racing.
"I can honestly recommend this book. It's beautifully presented and a great read for all drag racing and muscle car fans."