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Photo ID # 05.24.03_016_TIL_UNK_0060_1
Car #: #sweet 16
Driver (s) : Herby Tillman
Location: Unknown
Date: 1960's
Photographer: Unknown
Photo provided by: Tom Eppolite
Comments: If I remember right, Herby was another guy like Buzzie and Wayne Reutimann, and Will Cagle who came up from Florida to race against the locals.  I remember Herby running at East Windsor during the late 60's.
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05/25/03 Jim Murrow Herbie was a "Phenom" at Flemington in the early 60s. He came, he saw, and he conquered the tricky speedway. The first time he showed up, in 2 laps he seemed to have the place figured out (Something that many took months to do, and others never could) The fans LOVED him! They would chant "Herbie, Herbie, Herbie", when he came out on the track. Some of them had bells they would ring. In those days, his chevy coach looked lie a crinkled piece of aluminum foil. There was no area larger than 5 inches square that wasn't bent up. It looked as if the body would fall off any second, but it, (and he), were God Awful Fast!
04/04/04 Charlie P Herbie is somehow related to Al Voorhees who ran for many years at Wall.  Al's son "Little Al" ran the #98 for a few years at Wall in the late 70's as well.  .
 11/07/08 Bill Van Possibly the ONLY known picture of that car with relatively straight
sheet metal.
02.28.09 RL I also remember he flipped 1st night at Flemington, and the locals helped them get car fixed for Nazerath the next night.