Past Crosley of the Month Winners - Page 9


Mike Stach and his son-in-law Paul Lacoste ready to leave NY for the 2004 Nationals with Mike's 1950 Super Wagon.


They made it.



Joshua Gunn writes - "It is supposed to be a 1948.  It has a Crosley engine, transmission, rear end, frame, and steering.  This tractor was built by a Wisconsin man who wanted a good, strong snow plow.  He used two 57' Chevy front fender that were trimmed and welded together to form a hood and grill.  To reduce the speed, he added a planitary reduction. "


"I plan to restore this one of a kind wonder in the near future."  Joshua is from Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Norm Jump, CAC Member #32 of Binghamton, NY demonstrating his FarmOroad with Bar Mower at the Empire Regional Meet this past Spring.


Jeff Ackerman President of the region and host to the meet tried to get Norm to finish the field, but once around the pond would have to do.


Michael Bruno of Texas worked the past year getting his 49 Convertible road ready with a lot of help from many people. "Special thanks Neal Daglow and Dave Edwards for all their help.  With out the help of Larry and Betty Taylor I would not have my Crosley today and a loving wife who has put up with a lot. 


With out the help of Larry and Betty Taylor I would not have my Crosley today and a loving wife who has put up with a lot. It sports a Neal Daglow custom AM/ FM Stereo 6 volt radio that can be heard for blocks when on.  The custom car guys drool with the sound.  Now I'm getting ready for the Great Race in Texas. It's going to be April 7th to 10th in 2005.  If it stays running that long, hope to send pix when I enter, fingers crossed."


A highlight of 2004 National show was Gerald Davenport's (KY) Land Speed racing 1946 Crosley. Complete with Crofton tow vehicle


Gerald held the J/Pro record at 94 mph and plans to get it back.  Gerald's goal is to break 100 mph and has come very close on several runs.  All from a modified Crosley engine.

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