The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Antiquated' started by Ryan, Jun 17, 2019.
Gene Pastor in the '60's. (Pastor collection)
Although the car had been retired from its heyday since the '40's, some years later the Codner Special #99 Roadster would be brought out for an appearance on the Englewood oval carrying the American flag for a slow lap during the National Anthem.
John Pierce with a 1964 Modified main event win at Englewood Speedway. Don Maus owned this car and Pete Brandenburg did the lettering. Pete would paint a message on the little cartoon guy's t-shirt that would change from time to time. (Brandenburg coll.)
Theo Cheever at Speedway Park in Ft. Collins in 1951. (James Hill photo / Lou & Buzz Wendzel collection)
Drive through doesn't work for everybody.....
What do you think about the song, Yellow Submarine?
Seattle Worlds Fair Construction August 1961
Space Needle in background
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