||The Publisher's Edition also features a bookplate autographed by Chuck
Cantwell along with seven other key participants from the Shelby American
organization of the 1960s:
Bob Bondurant, the Shelby team driver who
did much of the development driving and testing of the 1965 GT350 race car.
Peter Brock, who designed the original 1965 Shelby GT350 as well as
its white-and-blue livery and iconic logo. Brock also designed the Shelby
Daytona Cobra coupes that won the FIA GT World Championship in 1965.
Fabricator Bernie Kretzschmar who worked on the GT350 and Shelby
Trans-Am Mustangs and served as a mechanic on the Shelby race team.
John McComb, Shelby American Trans-Am Mustang race driver. In
1966 McComb and co-driver Brad Booker won the fifth round of the Trans-Am
series at Green Valley Raceway in Texas.
Ron Sampson, who worked for Shelby American as a fabricator and
Trans-Am race team mechanic.
Jerry Schwarz, lead GT350 and Trans-Am fabricator and crew chief.
Lew Spencer, race team manager for the Shelby GT350 and Trans-Am