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    Track appears to be banked,. Aren't horse tracks flat?
     
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    20.jpg

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    Our family trekked from oregon to Kansas in 1964 in an almost identical Pontiac> It was blast, a pretty good car until the right side A arm broke off in 1967! GM replaced it. I'd love to have one. Years ago I had to visit an elderly couple down in Orange County. They had an 100 % identical Catalina down to the Fingerhut waffle plastic seat covers! I mean IDENTICAL.
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    Hey Gary,

    How did you come across this pic? We have this car, but never scene this image. Any more by chance?

    Thanks
     
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    Roootie, that's a really interesting photo of the wire wheeled big car with some kind of flat head engine. I'm not an expert by any means but I don't recognize the engine at all; it seems like it has too many head bolts for anything I've seen before.

    And the second attached photo shows Marshman and Parnelli running in 1962; looks like the track is Langhorne.

    Thanks for posting!!!
     
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