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#19 Reunion at Sebring



#19, The Winner of the first Sebring on December 31, 1950 was back at Sebring in early December 2002.



The current owner, Tim Freshley, has finished a lengthy restoration and brought it to the FL Regional Meet.

Owner Tim Freshley with Bobby Deshon, one of the two drivers of #19 in the Sebring Race.

Bobby Deshon with his son in #19, this was the first reunion of car and driver since the race.

See the Forgotten History for more #19 info.


Ronald Clarke is the owner of this nice Skorpion, he is in Paradise Valley AZ.  It is a 52 that came out of St. Louis from Hyman Ltd.  He had it stripped and redone by Ragtop Motors in Scottsdale AZ.  The engine is as nice as the car.



The Skorpion was primarily a after market fiberglass body supplier for several chassiss. They also made a few factory assembled cars


Surfs Up
A touch of summer for us in the Northern states. I don't know much about this months Crosley but it is owned by Karl Sonder's of Florida.  This is a great  example of wood graining gone wild.  The dash and steering wheel are also done.


This 48 Sport Utility was shown at the 1985 CAC National Meet.  The owner sent me this information.  


 My Dad Larry Rittenhouse bought the car in the late 70s and gave it to me. I painted it the olive drab and made it look like an Army vehicle, it is now setting in the shed out back waiting to be redone with some of my other projects.  Geoff Rittenhouse

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