Whites first opened its doors in 1967 amid a nationwide boom in drag racing. Its proximity to the storied U. 30 Raceway in nearby Hobart, Indiana (a frequent location for the included images of its sponsored drag cars in action) likely supplied it with a steady stream of customers.The post-Easy Rider popularity and commercialization of outlaw biker culture spurred Whites to open Chopper Corner immediately next door to its original location in Bolton, Illinois. That business sported plenty of chrome, fork extensions, custom leather, and accoutrements that catered to the growing chopper enthusiasts including the Chicago branch of The Outlaws, the notorious 1% biker club profiled in Danny Lyons 1968 photobook The Bikeriders as well as for its longstanding feud with the Hells Angels. A rich visual record of the post-WWII rise of custom motorcycle and automotive cultures. The item "Vintage Photo Archive of WHITE'S PIT STOP Motorcycle & Hot Rod Car DRAG RACING" is in sale since Wednesday, March 25, 2020. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Photographic Images\Contemporary (1940-Now)\Other Contemporary Photographs". The seller is "burnsiderarebooks" and is located in Portland, Oregon. This item can be shipped worldwide.