The Jalopy Journal
And we can thank Glenn Richards for it!
Yes, the '63 MP car is the Locomotion-II Z-11 car with later lettering. The car is restored now.
Modified Production didn't allow replacement...
Which car are you talking about Pat?
I believe that Champion Auto '63s fenders are lettered Aluminator, not Eliminator. Very interesting. Also, the Gatto Belair in some photos with it...
Another MT wheel ad
The mags with the slicks mounted are called Challengers.
I just found out today: RIP George (Soupy) Supinsky.
Here's a color one from E-Town (RIP)
I have a few other photos of that wagon. I've never seen hood scoops like that before. They're COOL.
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Wheel Centre Company became E-T mags
Due to deadlines, the full coverage was in the Dec issue. Here's a pic of the SR that won the Street Eliminator. There were a lot of national...
This from my Nov '60 Hot Rod. These are all the winners they posted. Only 3 from the /SP class. Those /SP cars weren't in the Little...
Speaking of Silverstone (in England), here's Dan Gurney at speed in his '61 Impala 409 running away from all the Jags. Car is now restored in...
Fatal accidents should not be posted, let alone one with a dead guy lying next to it!
They're both from the early '60s.
Get Around. Ronnie Ruth '09
Tony Pizzi and crew. Time Machine '09
Chevy never offered a 7" rim in those days. I know the fellow who owned that car back then. He's still into 409s.
Don't forget all the wins those 409 X frame Chevys accumulated back then.
I knew about the red car, but not after it changed. I'm not sure that front end is the original aluminum though. There's no evidence of emblem...
That '63 is not a Z-11. Also D/MP in that body would have been a big block.
Mike Caputo at Atco. I owned this car for some time, then sold it back to him. Sadly, he didn't survive long enough to to revive the car....
RCA test track. Princeton, NJ. Stay tuned for a magazine article about this car.
Harvey saved everything.
Yes, that's George Supinsky's '09. He's still here in NJ. So is Harvey Tilton.
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What a way to pull an axle!!!
Notice the two Harrell cars in the background.... One is his Z-11.
Boy, We're sure seeing a heck of a lot of repeats these days.
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