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Discussion in 'The Antiquated' started by Ryan, Jun 17, 2019.
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Actually, the Motorama Corvette was not a production car at all. It was the EX-122 prototype which evolved into a GM mule of sorts for a while and was eventually re-bodied around 1956 before being sold.
It looks like a scene from The (original) Body Snatchers
That movie, Stalag 17 at the State Lake Theater is an excellent movie.
Note dual exhaust 302 GMC power
More than likely just dual exhausts
... Shortly after this photo was taken, Donald G. Trupe pictured standing next to his car, was disqualified as the winner of the Willow Crest capital day race. Donald claimed he won the race because he himself saw the checkered flag flash as he passed the finished line, however later it was proven it was just the reflection in the windshield from his shirt .... he actually had been lapped by the real winner Bernie Sinders from Vermont.
Starting Front Row at the Indy 500 1957 Pole is Pat O'Connor, Middle is Eddie Sachs and out side is Troy Ruttman, Mario Andretti, thinking 1964, # 25 Dee Jones, USAC Sprint Car Race,Brian Wells in the #4 V-Twin midget speedcar w/ Eric Morton in the #24 up high by the boards...(Wells-Richardson collection)Ascot Park, Los Angeles. 1964. #10 Allen Heath, #1 Bob Hogle. Black #2 Beal Offy, Driver ? Williams Grove per/mlight9
car #2 is beal offy but not schindler behind the wheel. track is WG.
Ha Ha...that's a good joke
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