|Photo ID #||c02.25.06_X15_TAY_FLM_0070_1|
|Driver (s) :||Larry Taylor|
|Photo provided by:||Wanye Heiserman|
|Comments:||Here's another car that I never really could figure out exactly what body style it started out as... Kind of looks like a Nova, but I think it may have been considered a Buick Apollo. Had a real 70's kinda paint scheme going on too! Looks like it could be the Statewide #3 Gremlin driven by Billy O in the background.|
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|09/03/06||Walter Onora||So sorry to hear the sad news about Larry's passing. So many memories
about Larry and Lee (the Taylor twins) and "llittle brother" Donnie.
The first time I saw Larry race was at Old Bridge Speedway, back in the mid sixties, in the Gilbert #147. When I first went to Flemington back in 1968, none other than the Taylor Twins were there competing, among the best Flemington had to offer. Well the Taylor's are up there IN the Speedway in heaven, competing and joking around as only they can. God Bless them all!!!
|09/05/06||Mark Yaple||Unfortunalty we have just learned of Larry's passing. I had the pleasure
of knowing him personally, meeting him and twin brother Lee in the late sixties while both
were driving Vic Gilbert's 147 & 148. You always could be sure the Taylors got the
most from their epuipment and always had a good time doing so.
Rest in Peace.
|05/15/07||STEVE K.||GREAT SHOT OF LARRY IN JIM BRIGGS X-15. LARRY GAVE JIM HIS ONLY MODIFIED WIN IN THIS CAR IN 1974 AT FLEMINGTON IN A 100 LAP FEATURE, GLENN FITZCHARLES WAS 2ND IN THE R-10. AT THE TIME JIM HAD A BUICK DEALER AS A SPONSOR AND THEY SUPPLIED THE APPOLLO BODY AND THE BIG BLOCK MOTORS.|