Ninety seconds for three stops was fantastic in 1958; especially considering they were still manually lifting each end of the car separately with a quick lift type frame. That year was also something of a turning point for pit stop procedures. That same year Eddie Kuzma showed up after adding air jacks to the Agajanian car but missed the race. A.J. Watson took note and starting in 1959 had air jacks on his new cars after which they became standard until 1964 when both Firestone and Goodyear developed tires that went 500 miles without a change. Soon after 1958 the Watson crew was doing the three stops with tires and fuel in just over 60 seconds in total. That is one fantastic ring, Flathead! I can see why it meant so much to Joe. BTW, I've heard him called "Rose Joe" at times. At least I think that was who they were referring to. If that's true do you know how Sostilio got that nickname? Thanks for sharing your photos!