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He was known as “Fast Eddie.” “Fast Eddie” Rickenbacker raced this red, white and blue Deusenberg in the 1914 Indianapolis 500-mile race.He finished in 10th place with an average speed of 70.8 miles per hour (113.9 kilometers per hour), and won

He was known as “Fast Eddie.” “Fast Eddie” Rickenbacker raced this red, white and blue Deusenberg in the 1914 Indianapolis 500-mile race.He finished in 10th place with an average speed of 70.8 miles per hour (113.9 kilometers per hour), and won $1,500 in prize money.

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He was known as “Fast Eddie.” “Fast Eddie” Rickenbacker raced this red, white and blue Deusenberg in the 1914 Indianapolis 500-mile race.

,500 in prize money.

In 1941, Rickenbacker was gravely injured in the crash of an Eastern Air Lines DC-3 aboard which he was a passenger. During World War II, Rickenbacker was requested by Secretary of War Henry Stimson to undertake several inspection tours in the United States, England, the Pacific and the Soviet Union.

While enroute to Canton Island from Hawaii, 21 October 1942, the B-17D Flying Fortress that he was traveling aboard missed its destination due to a navigation error. The survivors drifted in two small life rafts for 21 days before being rescued.

It also provides links to enthusiasts' websites about individual makes. Good on serial numbers and other means of identifying models.

A site for vintage guitar buffs run by Steve Russell, with plenty of photos of old Hofner guitars from the 50's and 60's, together with sections on Selmer, Watkins/WEM, Bird, Fenton-Weill, Grampion, Dallas, and Elpico Amps.

Eddie Rickenbacker married Adelaide Pearl Frost (formerly, the second Mrs.

Russell Durant) at Greenwich, Connecticut, 16 September 1922. From 1927 to 1945, he owned the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

Five-piece (maple/walnut/maple/walnut/maple) headstock with white opaque plastic logo plate with black lettering secured by three screws.

Individual double-line "Rick" Kluson Deluxe tuners with oval metal buttons.

All credited the leadership of Rickenbacker for their survival.

Rickenbacker was a member of the National Advisory Committee on Aeronautics, the predecessor of NASA. XIII C.1, s/n 16594, built October 1918 by Kellner et ses Fils, Paris, is in the the collection of the National Museum of the United States Air Force at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio.

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