• Marshal Teague
  • Banjo's Catalina
  • SCR Cover-Jarrett Issue
  • Gator's latest build, pictured with the man himself.
  • noventry3a
  • Me and Ned Jarrett with my build of his '62 season Chevy
  • "Big T"
  • SCR Cover- Holman Moody Issue
  • Petty's '68 Road Runner in 1/25 scale
  • Front Fender decal 06
  • Me and my replica of Curtis Turner's '56 Ford Convertible Division ride
  • Little Joe, the Clown Prince of Stock Car Racing
  • SCR Cover- Panch Issue
  • Cotton Owens' 59 T-bird in 1/24 scale
  • Contingency decal test
  • My build of two of the best things in racing- Jr. Johnson and dirt tracks
  • Where's Pops?
  • SCR Cover-Scott Issue
  • rudd
  • My build of David Pearson's '67 Fairlane loaded up behind my shop
  • "Greased Lightning"
  • Ol' Redneck Race Cars Postcard #1
  • Tiny Lund's Late Model Chevelle scale model
  • My vintage race car shop
  • Bobby at "the Lady in Black"
  • ORRC Postcard #2
  • Something new coming
  • pops&joe
  • Car 54, where are you?
  • ORRC Postcard #3
  • Green Flag
  • on the dirt in '67
  • The first "half chassis" car
  • ORRC Postcard #4
  • Marshall Teague
  • Pearson and Cotton's new Charger
  • Rapid Roy, that stock car boy
  • ORRC Postcard #5
  • marty2a
  • Me and Pancho's Ford for '64
  • Petty's Big Stick
  • ORRC Postcard #6
  • New Devil Woman CD Cover
  • Roy Tyner's '46 Ford #57
  • _60PONTIAC_47
  • Forced retirement from Drifting
  • Birthday Trio
  • Tiny Lund's Movie Star.
Bobby Williamson
@bobby-williamson   16 years ago
These are some cool shots Jerry! A lesser known fact, is that this '56 Chevy would not have been a NASCAR racer. Teague, the "king of the beach" left NASCAR in 1952 after a dispute with Bill France, sr. The remainder of Teague's career was spent in AAA and USAC. Tragically, Teague was fatally injured just days before the inaugural Daytona 500 in an ill-fated attempt to set a closed course world speed record, at Daytona, in a modified indy car. According to Smokey Yunick, Teague's possible re-instatment to NASCAR hinged on that speed attempt. Big Bill was determined that his new Daytona Speedway would eclipse Indianapolis in every possible way. Yunick also advised Teague of the aerodynamic instability of the "Sumnar Special" Indy car, slated for the attempt. Smokey accruately predicted that the car's front wheels would become airborne, and the entire propostion wold not be worth the effort.
Jerry Sims
@jerry-sims   16 years ago
I'll have to post a shot of the trunk with the "Intered in USAC Races" sticker on it, there's a USAC decal on the front fender where the NASCAR one would have been if France hadn't persisted in being France.
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