The Jalopy Journal
This car is a reproduction that Watson put together. However, the neat thing about it is that the engine in it(I think #82) happens to be the...
I remember Boyd! Lived across from the Ram's Pasture in Newtown, CT. Had that 1937 Duval midget.
The black #54 was owned by Jerry Schofield in CO last I knew. The white #54 is owned by Ray Boissoneau of NH.
It was a former Lee Elkins car and was restored back to it by Joe Fiore. It is owned by Ray Boissoneau.
Bruce Canepa owns the 22. Car is part of his collection in Scotts Valley, not far from Pebble Beach.
Page 849 of this thread. Bill Montgomery did the research and wrote the Kurtis Kraft Genealogy books. His handle here is monkaz.
I thought Bill Montgomery had quite compelling evidence that the Johnny Anderson car that was purchased from Sherman Cleveland's widow was NOT the...
Larry's account seems to make sense. In August of that year his Smith's Speed Shop car had issues and he ended up jumping in Rutherford's ride(the...
Does anybody here have any idea why Larry Dickson switched from his Ray Smith mount to the Stapp Chevy en route to the 1968 USAC Sprint championship?
Sixty years ago today Bill Schindler met his demise at Allentown.
I Lol'ed regarding the comment about the #1. Joe Fiore restored and owns the car. He also frequents this board. And I frequently bug him at his...
Larson in the #4. Branson in the #6.
Can you post them directly for those without facebook?
I believe Wayne Ewing built that nose.
Walt Brown's crash was sort of a lazy rollover in turn 2. Just lazy enough to turn over right on top of him.
Don't feel bad. I'm 28 and don't have twitter or facebook(anymore).
Regarding Ron Lux-How exactly did he get into the wall? I've heard stories.
What a strange coincidence, Ken! I just came across this car looking through things this morning and was very curious about the history!
Or be elderly with a history of violence and mental illness. I'm wondering why they kept a gun in the house with somebody that volatile.
Is the drag link for the Spotnails car at an unusual downward angle?
Speaking of Dayton, I never knew that's where the infamous Jim Rigsby crash occurred.
While doing some research I came across this article pertaining to Jimmy Bryan's fatal crash at Langhorne:...
Does it say "Buster"?
I'm sure wynns #1 can answer your question-that was his first restoration :)
Joe Fiore's latest completed restoration. The Milt Smith Offy. There are other pictures over at the cageless midget thread.
The latest project completed by Joe Fiore(wynns #1)
Milt Smith Offy restored to 1963
Chances were the racing would kill you long before the cigarettes would!
I was referring to the first picture from Iowa State Fairgrounds, not Sacramento. Sorry for the confusion!
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