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Photo ID # 11.06.03_081_BEA_UNK_0070_1
Car #: #81
Driver (s) : Sammy Beavers?
Location: Unknown
Date: 1970's
Photographer: Unknown
Photo provided by: Dick Scoonermaker
Comments: I'm not sure who is behind the wheel on this one but I'm thinking that Sammy Beavers was driving the car at this point.  I always liked this car with the large Black Horse visible on the quarter panel and I'm hoping you guys can provide the details here.
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11/11/03 Jeff McClung I am not sure who built this car, but I do remember it featured a leaf spring rear suspension.
11/11/03 3-Wide While this car looks like it incorporates a few ideas here and there from some of the other cars of the day, I'm pretty sure that the Black Horse Team made everything themself at their Truck Body/Fabrication shop in North Brunswick, NJ.
12/17/03 John S. This is one fine lookin racecar - just sorry I never had a chance to see the racecars on this site race. John S.  Kokomo, In.
11/10/05 Ken Piscitell Car owner John Norcia built all his own chassis and bodies along with all the motors on his cars. Sincerely, Ken Piscitell
01.03.12 George Schron Jr. My name is George Schron Jr.  and I would like to tell you my father George Schron Sr was not only the crew chief and the engine builder, my father was John Norcia's  partner and half owner of the 81. John Norcia did fabricate the frames but only on the coupes, the gremlins were bought frames.
10.05.12 Andy Buchko

The Black horse on the quarter panel was there because the Norcia Truck Body business was on Black Horse Lane. 
Andy Buchko former Body and frame man for Stan Mack