The Jalopy Journal
Paul Newman's wife
ah the days of hot pants!
NoboD Pete was the first to herk at Milwaukee with the extinguisher.
Joe Barzda's place. ^^^^^^^^
I would say a wind diverter not a mirror.
I would say 1962 on the above picture ^^^^
No, he flipped George walther's car in 1964. This looks like the April 63 race he finished 5th.
WICARNUT, Paul Goldsmith finished 3rd in 1960 in an Epperly lay down. The same car George Amick finished 2nd in in 1958.
More likely love bugs.
funny that Gartlets shirt is Joe Barzda's speed shop out of Brunswick New Jersey
Eddie started on the front row in 1957 but second. Pat O'Conner was the pole sitter.
That is Jimmy Bryan.
loudbang, no I have not was thinking the same thing
what is the device on the front axel of the truck?
Dick Brown, NEMA midget driver mostly
twice at Monza Jimmy Bryan won in 1957, Jim Rathman in 1958
George did not survive the race. Qualified at 176MPH
Actually, this is Marshman in Wally's sprint car in 1961 at Langhorne , not the Anstead champ car of 1962 Spring front not Wally's 4 bar champ...
^^^^^ Bob Marshman 8
Sure the J-79 provided the thrust, a great engine for sure. I have 1000 hours flying the F-4 with the J-79. What I was inferring is it reduces...
The coke bottle is known as the area rule. It decreases the drag in a trans sonic region.
it is the Ted Horn Memorial.
the 68 was the former Pete Schmidt kuzma (1954). The car had wins from 1954 through 1960.
looks like the Nevada test site.
Watson was working for Bob Wilke. And that isn't him talking to Mario. Looks like he has Firestone on his shirt.
Looks like Williams Grove. Car has a #1, probably Ted Horn's car
The Navy transferred me to San Diego in late 1972. Other than deployments taking me out of country, Ca was something! But in the late 1980's...
Honey, I'm going down the corner and have a couple drinks!
Alan Shepard [IMG]
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