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Photo ID # 12.05.03_032_PFI_FLM_0070_1
Car #: #33
Driver (s) : Bob Pfister
Location: Uknown
Date: 1974
Photographer: Jane Pfister
Photo provided by: Paul Garzillo
Comments: Comments from Paul Garzillo: Bob Pfister was my neighbor in Readington, N.J. and was just starting out when this shot was taken. From what I remember he ran pretty good, and we were always cheering for him extra hard because my name was on the car.  If you look closely, you can see my dad's construction co. written on the hood as a sponsor.  He now owns a auto salvage yard in Stockton, N.J.
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02/15/04 dj whitney I grew up in jersey and been a dirt fan for nearly 40 years and to the surprise I see a pic of "Cappy".  Bob was also my Captian in the Jersey National Guards
01/29/05 Tom Tinsman Boy was I surprised to see this photo. Bob was also my Captain at the Flemington Armory in the mid 70's. I'm pretty sure it was Bob at Flemington who took a nasty flip in the third turn. The car came apart, and his rear differential flew up into the third turn bleachers. It was a miracle no one was hurt. It landed just short of where people were sitting.
Tom Tinsman
07/20/06 Rich Guy I met Bob when I was starting out in the mini-modifiedsin 1976, and Bob was a big help to me, letting me use his garage, and painting some of my cars over the years.  My 1st race at Nazereth Bob said "See the entrance gate by #3 turn. Let off there, NOT at the Nazereth Speedway sign in the miiddle of the back stretch!"