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Wed, 30 Nov 2005

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Posted 16:07


Hi Jack, Jack Herring 252-522-0895 has alot of photos plus newspaper articles that you migth want. Marty Roberson 252-450-0125 is writeing a book on racing in the 1950`s and 1960`s. I gave him your email addess. his email THANK YOU Bert Dew
Posted by Bert Dew

Terrific site! I've been into Vintage Oval since, well, it was CURRENT and you've got some great pictures. Even though I'm from New Jersey and live in Florida I can appreciate all of racers and tracks that you have on your site. Keep Up The Great effort, SSS
Posted by Steve

crew pictures
Great site! I would like to see some pictures of some of the people behind the scenes. My dad was one of the owners of ths #3 & #25 Earl Moss & Bobby Isaac drove. I wonder if Margret Moss had any pictures of Darrell Ray, William(Bill)Davis & Mervin Williams? Once again great site! Thanks for the memories Trent Ray
Posted by Trent Ray

To Trent Ray -- #25
Hi Trent, I'll try to find some pictures of the guys you asked about. Please tell me about the #25. Who owned it, where did it race out of, and who else drove it ? I remember seeing it a lot at Rambi, but don't remember anyone else but Isaac driving it. I do have one more picture of the #25 from the Dog Track that I'll add tonight. I don't know who was driving it that day, but I don't think it was Bobby. Do you have any pictures from this period that I can put up on the web site? Thanks for your comment on Carolina Race Place. I'll continue to add a few pictures each week so check back often. Jack Walker
Posted by Jack

1959 Pontiac GN
Looking for photos of a yellow and white '59 Pontiac GN #16 raced during the 1959-61 seasons driven by Jim McGuirk, Dick Joslin, Elmo Langley, Jim Reed and others.

50s Florida Photos Wanted
I'm looking for photos from Eau Gallie and Orlando, Florida speedways during the 1957-61 era. Any leads appreciated.

Great Site
This is a marvelous site, a literal history of the pioneers of MotorSport who really made NASCAR blossom into a national sport. I knew a few of those people in the photo section... and I knew OF nearly all of them. THANK YOU for the dedicated hard work in making this site unforgettable. zzzzzzzz! "Sleepy"

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