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VINTAGE SHOTS FROM DAYS GONE BY! (Part 2)

Discussion in 'The Antiquated' started by Ryan, Jun 17, 2019.

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    Len Freebern collection. 71845578_10157599833387208_6496227147181457408_n.jpg
     
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    18.jpg


    Early SEMA just out in the hallway
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    FOUND the correct photo for this caption
    Bob Welborn with the Plymouth he drove on the NASCAR Cup circuit for car owner J. O. Goode :)
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    Roland Leong Hawaiian

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    42.jpg

    promo Bel Air Nomad… 1956

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    Wind Tunnel

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    Interesting choice of the earlier T radiator shell instead of updating to a Deuce grille for a ‘30-‘31 Roadster.
     
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    The first shot shows Wayne Woodward with a pretty good looking sprinter. Wayne used the name Billy Hughes both on and off the track for a period in an effort to cloud his past. Wayne went on to own a couple of Indy cars although he never managed to get one qualified at Indianapolis.

    Rootie, I could be wrong about the next photo but I think this may be Joe James 1950 entry which was a DNQ. That's some pretty unique artwork on the side of the car. I wonder where that came from? Wild for 1950.

    BTW, that looks like a pneumatic starter for one of the Novis on the cart in front of the #63 car.
     

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