Filled with fabulous and entertaining tales, Don’t Wash Mine chronicles Kirk White’s fascinating journey through the golden age of motorsports and car collecting. From running a Ferrari dealership in Philadelphia to fielding some of the most memorable competition vehicles of the time through his eponymous racing stable, White crossed paths with iconic figures such as Roger Penske, Brock Yates, Mark Donohue and Dan Gurney. The founder of the modern collector car auction industry, White left an indelible impression on automotive enthusiasts around the world and collected stories of a life well lived that are sure to delight readers of every age and interest.
While a recognized name in the automotive world due to his fielding of legendary cars with the likes of Roger Penske, few know the true depth of Kirk F White’s involvement and influence. This autobiographical book, released not long after his passing, is a fascinating look into the life of one of the truly great enthusiasts of the post-war era.
Casey Annis, Editor
Hard cover in dust jacket
11 x 9 inches
400 pages, 450 images