|Photo ID #||c10.28.06_021_BUT_FLM_0070_1|
|Driver (s) :||Oliver Butler|
|Photo provided by:||Kevin Budden|
|Comments:||The Fred Menschner owned #21 is one of our favorites here in the Vault.|
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|10/29/06||JOE BOKROS||FRANK SCHNIEDER HAS TWO CARS TONIGHT ! JOE BOKROS KATY, TX.|
|10/29/06||Kevin Mc||I bet you get a free bowl of soup with a hat like that.|
|10/29/06||3-Wide||You're just jealous Kev cause porkchop sideburns never caught on in your generation!|
|10/29/06||David Reynolds||Did you notice that the 4 cars pictured that none of them look anything a
like. Nothing cookie cutter there.
|10/29/06||Walter Onora||Man, that's a great looking coupe!!|
|10/29/06||3-Wide||I wasn't sure of the car directly behind the #21, but then I found a separate photo that shows that its the #44 Corvair of Charlie Marty.|
|11/01/06||Brian Loutrel||The year was 1973. Oliver was the 1972 New Jersey modified champion,
which he won in the Silliman #4 coupe. He moved to the Menschner #21 for the 1973 season to defend his title. The 1973 was the only #21 coupe that had the down tubes from the roll cage to the front of the chassis. The #21 Gremlin that Ray Neary drove in 1976 had a similar down tube arrangement on the chassis.
|01/19/07||Kevin Budden...||I forgot to mention the engine builders name on the hood Tom Carberry Sr. He, Phil Meisner, and myself all worked at the same dealership together back in the early 80s. Tommy sure built some potent engines!|