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  1. j hansen
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    I found him with 2 different names Eugene Von Arc/Arx,but only one more pic of the car. Skärmavbild 2022-01-03 kl. 08.29.13.png
     
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    Thanks! The photo is still a big help with the restoration.
     
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    Wow! THANK YOU for both photos, the front view with the fenders mounted is a big help. The fenders turned with the steering. The frame on this car is really unique, it looks to have two rear sections grafted together so there is a kick up at both ends allowing it to sit lower. The body is wood based with sheet metal formed over it, typical for a coach built body.
     
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  5. This should help:

    The American Hot Rod Foundation: Preserving Hot Rod History (ahrf.com)

    Hotrod Hotline ~ Society Of Landspeed Racing Historians Newsletter

    George Riley set the standard for the genre, so I dug out a couple of pictures of his heads. The first is an AHRF/Julian Doty shot of Eugene Von Arc's little street rod from before the war featuring a set. This was a classy ride and according to Isky (Ed Iskenderian) from a conversation two days ago the car is alive and well and undergoing a restoration.

    A Diamond in the Dust; The Julian Doty Story
    Richard Parks, Writer and Roger Rohrdanz, Photography
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    A Diamond in the Dust;
    The Julian Doty Story
    Story & Photographs by Jim Miller,
    Edited by Richard Parks,
    Photographic Consultant Roger Rohrdanz
    12-09-11

    Jim Miller can be reached at
    miller212.842@sbcglobal.net. Gone Racin’ is at RNPARKS1@JUNO.COM


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    Julian Doty is seen at Muroc in July 1941 pushing buddy Arnold Birner's lakes job to the starting line.
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    Ever smiling Julian Doty is seen on the right while stationed in France during WWII.
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    Julian Doty climbs in Roy Creel's roadster at El Mirage in 2002 for a ride after many years. He is surrounded by a bunch of his buddied who came to cheer him on.
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    A zillion years of race history is being discussed by two old timers. Julian Doty, left and Dan Iandola are seen at the Dry Lakes Racing Hall of Fame "Gas-Up" in 2009 telling each other lies.
     
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  6. Winter Sucks……
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    Again Thank You! This group is amazing! Every bit of information and photos help fill in the blanks to the car’s history.
    Jim
     
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  22. Thor1
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    This is a...ahem, unique name for a car club. I don't think the guys in this car club would ever have to worry about another club stealing the name, that's for sure!:confused::eek:o_O:rolleyes:
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