In the era of video teleconferences, the NASCAR Scene vault is easy to show off.
All 1,492 issues of the NASCAR publication of record for nearly 35 years stand collected behind its longtime Busch Grand National Series editor Rick Houston every time he logs on to record an episode of the Scene Vault podcast or conduct interviews like the one taking place right now.
They serve as pillars holding up the deeds of those who made NASCAR history and for those who recorded it.
Upon its founding in 1976, Grand National Scene became the de facto source for NASCAR news, rumors, results and analysis.
The 1979 Daytona 500 had yet to launch NASCAR into the mainstream and it was difficult back then for a fan living outside of the Piedmont to find information about what transpired on a weekly