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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by KKrod, Apr 6, 2015.
THE Ken Curtis mentioned in above was later 'Festus" IN GUNSMOKE series
This is my Grandfather...thanks for sharing!
She didn’t throw away all the pictures but over the years we have gotten rid of a lot of them.
I like this picture! This is my grandfather. Here’s another pic.
Wow.....hard to look pass those nice ladies but.....that's a Gullwing Mercedes back there ! Sorry about that.....
Oh how I wish we still had the Gullwing lol
The 'GULLWING' belonged to L C Kirby,aproffesional phtog and a personal friend of mine.....I AM NOW 87
Yes it did. L C Kirby was my Grandfather
Attn;KKT.....Are Ronnie and Butch still into cars,,,and who is living in the homeplace oover on SWISS Ave
Ronnie died very young but Butch (my Dad) is doing well living in Rockwall. He just bought the new mid-engine corvette lol
KKT.....your Dad must be doig somethig right..Im 87 and will not drive,,,anymore...
He’s doing great! He’s 79 and drove to his hunting lease today.
I have several pictures from 1959 Texas Championships. Are they too new?
Oooooo...Stogy Likes!!!...bring them on Otto...
The above photo is John Mulkeys roadster .it was also National class winner before 1959.I purchased it from Mulkey about 1970,sold it to man in FT Worth years later
Bring on more photos. Thanks KKT and Ottomotive.
Caddo Mills Texas Championships 1959.
Thanks Harold for putting these out here ! The un-cut 32 grille doesn't look all that bad.....
I took a shot at restoring the color:
It was a little further gone than I thought, so I wasn't able to restore skin tone. What kind of car is it?
It’s a Cadillac Allard. Thanks for doing that
I’m visiting Butch now. What’s your name?
Was the Allard a car they took down to Mexico for the road race ?
His name is Bobby Wolcott
Yes it was!
YES,,,I an Bobby Wolcott and was there in MEXICO I was thre with BOBBY LANGLEY ,,,,I am now 87 yrs old..I worked at CUSTOM AUTO my avatar,,,,Thank You
Hang in there, Bobby. You have a lot more stories to tell.
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