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Order your Copy of Tex Smith’s New Book 1320, Maybe not what you think

 The Cost is $25 which also includes Postage

“1320” Is a Novel in which he takes his character, Zane Calder, in his “Super Bird” to the Midwest. “Zane” has a rich history in rodding and introduces it to the young people he meets in a small town in the MidWest. This is a book written, in part, to bring young people into the folds of rodding by telling them about our history and all that we know and love about it, through the eyes of the character, Zane Calder.  Find out how to get your copy of this new book.

Tex Smith

There are two phone lines for orders. first is 1 800 513-8133 and second is
541-997-1902/ or you can Order from
Tex Smith Books,
PO Box 11000
Florence, Oregon 97439.

The book can be purchased in the U.S. with Checks, Money Orders, Visa.


The book is also available in AUSTRALIA
Australian Residents only can order directly. 
It is available by ordering directly from
 Tex Smith,
56 William st.,
Castlemaine, VIC 3450,
Telephone 03 5470-6049.

1320
Maybe not what you think
By Le Roi Tex Smith

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From Tex

“I've been thinking of doing this book for the past 40 or so years.  “This book is designed to give the younger reader a lot of information about the hobby/sport/industry they might not get otherwise, but it is a fun read for all ages. I think a lot of fathers may want a copy for their young'un's”

“Years ago I became friends with Hank Felson (Henry Gregor Felsen) who did the first paperback on rodding, titled “Hot Rod”.  I got sidetracked with all the how-to books through the years, and a few general interest books such as “We Came In Peace” (sold over 4 million) about the 1st moon landing.  Anyway, the idea has always been to do a

book that would be reader specific and appeal to all ages. I have been doing this writing for about 2 years”.

“The book was printed in the states in Sept. or October.  I released the book in Australia a couple months earlier, just to get a feel of acceptance, so far it has been very positive”.  

“I have been going to both Hawaii and Australia for years and married an Aussie woman 8 years ago, so now I live in Australia 8-9 months a year (during best weather) and then come back to Idaho for the summer and Bonneville”.

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