I have been amazed at the information discovered on the HAMB, particularly involving old race cars. My father in law and I often talk cars, and I have been pushing him for information about his experiences in the early 60s. He did a fair amount of "un-authorized" racing with a 265 powered 55 chevy and later in a 326 powered LeMans. He also spent some time helping his cousin, Harley Doubet, who ran an Altered out of the Peoria IL area called the "Wild Wedge". The car was powered by an injected 413 based Chrysler (corrected by Chuck, it was a 426 wedge), and apparently had a fair amount of success. He ran at Cordova, IL, Kahoka, MO, somewhere in Michigan (they were in the IL Air National Guard, and brought the car on some Guard duties so it may have been at a track near the base at Alpena, MI); presumably Milan MI, US 30 (Indiana) and I am also guessing it ran at Alton, IL due to the proximity, and possibly the eighth mile at Beardstown, IL. They did run once at the Boondocks strip outside of Peoria on a match race against the National Championship winning Willys gasser of Selkirk and Bork, also out of Peoria. The car was in the March 1966 issue of "All American Drags" magazine out of Chicago as well, and I would love to find a copy if anyone has any leads. I am told that eventually Harley partnered with a person with the last name Pitchard or possibly Pritchard on the car around 1965-66. Family responsibilities and the career at Caterpillar called my father in law out of racing. The 413 was set to be replaced by a Mark IV Chevy, tragically, Harley was killed in a shop accident while working on the car. My FIL remembers that the partner took over, but we haven't discovered any additional information. The pictures posted were found on the web, on a photo account by a 'randyoldgeek', and are labeled as being from Kahoka, MO. The Selkirk and Bork car is shown, because you can see the transporter for the Doubet car in the background. It is pretty distinctive for the era, particularly since it is an enclosed trailer. I attempted to get more information from the person who took the pictures, but the account has been disabled and the pictures are no longer posted. If 'randyoldgeek' would like me to take the photos down, I will comply. I am curious about the construction of the car as well, and the frame/roll bar look very similar to other Altereds I have seen. Logghe chassis? My FIL is an all-around great guy, and the last time we spoke about the car he really got going with the memories, mentioning not only the car in question, but also seeing Selkirk and Bork, Myers and Hampy, the Greek and other midwest favorites. I would love to be able to share some more photos or memories of the car with him. If anyone has any more information, stories, photos, or the ultimate - information on where the car ended up, please let me know! Thanks in advance!!