The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Antiquated' started by Ryan, Jun 17, 2019.
What look like army personnel stretch and strain to maneuver a Zeppelin in an effort to move the giant aircraft.
BORN 4 / 9 / 1924 DIED 14 / 6 / 1995
American racing driver who won four sprint car champions. Rookie of the Year at Indy in 1959 and the last person to qualify a front engined Watson car for the race in 1966.
Driving Hector Honore's "Black Deuce" Offy, Grim became a four-time IMCA sprint car champion (1955-58), during which time he won 183 features. At one point he held 22 IMCA track records, including a lap of 22.05 seconds at Cedar Rapids, Iowa; a 100-mile record at Sedalia, Mo., which stood for nine years, and a 24.82 one-lap record at Tampa, Fla., which stood some 26 years.
He was the 1959 Rookie of the Year at the Indianapolis 500 when he qualified in 5th but in the race retired with magneto problems. The next year he scored his only Indy Car win in a 100-mile race at Syracuse
Jimmy Reece and Jimmy Bryan at Monza 1958.
aren't monza photos usually running clock-wise?
Perfect pic........ with two Stingrays for good measure
Also Kramer's mum in Sienfield in later years.
Was she in Bullit?????
Dont think so......but Jacqueline Bisset was.
The photo makes me wonder about the shape of the hood ornement on this car...
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