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What Are You Working On? John Craft

What Are You Working On? John Craft

Some of you may not be familiar with John Craft. First let me start by saying if you want to know anything about NASCAR race cars prior to 1972 he is the guy to talk to. Dr. John Craft was also one of the forces behind the original, book version, of the Cyclone Spoiler Talladega […]

What Are You Working ON? Frank Durso

What Are You Working ON? Frank Durso

If you follow this site regularly you have heard of Frank Durso before. He must have a four leaf clover embedded in his hip. He has a real knack for finding and acquiring some very desirable and rare stuff. It all started when he located a rough Talladega and went wild from there. He came […]

Talladega 2019

Talladega 2019

If you have attended previous Talladega Winged Car Reunions hosted by Tim Wellborn at the Talladega Speedway you are not going to recognize the Speedway in 2019! There is a major Transformation going on and will be finalized for the October 2019 race. It involves a complete redo of the infield along with improved access […]

Memory Lane Museum

Memory Lane Museum

We recently visited the Memory Lane Museum in Mooresville NC. The web site suggest a little more than it delivers. The museum is large and has a lot of cars and stuff in it but is poorly kept. When we arrived they had to turn the lights on because no one else had yet visited […]

Lee Holman and Fireball Roberts Race Car

Lee Holman and Fireball Roberts Race Car

Katrina and I recently attended the Trump Charlotte Concours d’Elegance held in Mooresville, NC. We had a rewarding show and saw a tremendous number of outstanding cars. However, it was the person parted next to us that made the show. We were sitting next to Lee Holman (Holman and Moody) with his 1963 Ford Galaxie […]

1969 Mercury Cyclone Spoiler and Spoiler II Fenders

1969 Mercury Cyclone Spoiler and Spoiler II Fenders

We all know that the 1969 Mercury Cyclone Spoiler II fenders started life as regular Cyclone fenders but how much was really used from the original fender? Where was it cut off? What was added? To build the NASCAR minimum of 500 cars was a tall order for Mercury. There were a lot of special […]

JD McDuffie NASCAR Racer

JD McDuffie NASCAR Racer

I recently picked up a new paperback book that has just been released by Waldorf Publishing and authored by Brock Beard. The title is “J.D. The Life and Death of a forgotten NASCAR legend“. Although I enjoyed the book immensely (I read all 296 pages in two sittings) I have to take exception to the […]

Perfect Talladega Christmas Present

Perfect Talladega Christmas Present

I know it is a little early to be thinking about Christmas presents but I just saw the Perfect gift for a Talladega owner Christmas Present. These have been around for awhile but this is the first time I have seen one advertised in a car guy catalog. This is in the Summit 2017 Christmas […]

Richard Petty Museum

Richard Petty Museum

Back in 1969 Richard Petty broke with tradition and abandoned his Plymouth to drive a Ford Talladega. Although the Petty Team currently races Fords that was the only year Richard drove a Ford. How well did he do? He finished second in points to Ford Talladega driver David Pearson. Recently I took a trip to […]

David Pearson Wins Bristol 1969

David Pearson Wins Bristol 1969

David Pearson’s Ford Torino Driven by Richard Petty! If you have ever been to the Bristol Speedway you know it is a very special place. I have been fortunate enough to have been there for several races both in the daytime and the evening. I have also been able to drive our own Talladega at […]

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