Linda Vaughn

Author: Rob Kinnan
Publisher: CarTech Inc
ISBN: 1613252323
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Through captions, Linda tells the story of individual images recounting countless stories from her photographic memory, with no detail left unshared.

Pocono Raceway

Author: Gene A. Card
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
ISBN: 1439643636
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Linda Vaughn poses for photographers next to a gigantic Hurst shifter mounted
over the trunk of a Hurst Oldsmobile. Vaughn's first title was that of Miss Atlanta
Raceway in 1961. She then accepted a job as Miss Pontiac in 1962. Vaughn
represented the Pure Oil Company as ... She averaged over 100 appearances a
year as Miss Hurst and eventually became known as the “first lady of motorsports.
” Vaughn was inducted into the East Coast Drag Racing Hall of Fame in 2006.
Her boss ...

Arbeit Und Struktur

Author: Wolfgang Herrndorf
Publisher: Rowohlt Verlag GmbH
ISBN: 3644117411
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Er ist Richter. Und wenn mein Entschluss, was ich machen wollte, nicht schon vorher festgestanden hätte, dann hätte er nach diesem Telefonat festgestanden: Arbeit. Arbeit und Struktur.»

Cars And Parts

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Adding a little frosting on the cake, Crain will be joined at St. Ignace by several
former guests of honor, including the fabulous and age-less Linda Vaughn, the
Hurst girl and the Oldsmobile starlet, who is known widely as the "First Lady of
Motorsports." I've known Linda since the early '70s and she's a great addition to
any car festivity, make that any festivity period, with or without cars! Judge
dismisses lawsuit against Jay Leno As expected, and predicted in this column a
couple of ...

High Performance

Author: Robert C. Post
Publisher: Johns Hopkins Univ Pr
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See Dusty Brandel, "Linda Vaughn: First Lady of Racing," Motorsports Illustrated,
Mar. 1990, 34-46. Hurst said, "Sex sells." NHRA knew it did, too, even though it
might make a show of being prepared to revoke the sanction of a strip that was
promoting topless dancers along with the racing (see G. R. Hill to National
Dragster, June 16, 1972, 4; and the reply of NDs editor, Bill Holland). 24. "The
Girls of Drag Racing," Drag Racing, Apr. 1973,60-67. See also "Jungle Pam." ibid
., Apr. 1974 ...