What I found interesting about it was the big text blocks on each organization's page instead of a roster. Most buggy book pages I've seen have a roster, a picture of the buggy, and maybe a choice phrase. Nothing like the chest-thumping bravado on the CIA page or the meek, hopeless confession from Theta Xi. The only page in there that might fit in a modern-era book is the ZBT page, which shows a picture, the roster, and a quote from Rush.
That book makes me want to go watch the race, but it is a not a time-capsule for future buggy historians like most books are now. I think I like the feel of this book more. The assurance from the Safety Chair that all drivers will be adequately protected from radiation and pasta just makes it awesome.