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Speedway Motel pool mosaic offered for sale

Another cool piece of rock-based Indy 500 memorabilia has come to light, and unlike the Indianapolis Motor Speedway track core samples that were recently revealed, this one-of-a-kind item is for sale. Saved during demolition of the Speedway Motel that sat adjacent to Turn 2, the IMS 'wing and wheel' mosaic that adorned the bottom of the pool has been brought to market through "It was purchased by Chicago developer Don Devine from a demolition company," site co-owner Mike Lashmett told RACER. "Don is a former Scarab driver and avid vintage race car collector, especially McLarens." At 3000 pounds, 80 inches long, 53 inches wide and a price tag of...
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