|Photo ID #||f11.07.09_073_BAL_UNK_0070_1|
|Driver (s) :||Gary Balough|
|Photo provided by:||Mike Sanchelli|
|Comments:||Beautiful Modified. I'm guessing that this is a Whip Mulligan built car, with an aero side engine cover and looks like chrome exhaust. (I like the little caveman up on the 1/4 panel too...) Hopefully you guys can provide more details about this one!|
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|11.09.09||Tom Berry||I believe this car was sold to Mike Corrigliano and ran sportsman at Middletown.|
|11.11.09||AFIV||This is a Mulligan frame. After purchasing the #9 Mulligan car to run in the 1974 season we also purchased a bare frame and built this car in our shop. The side hoods were Gary Balough's Idea. Some of his asphalt background coming out.|
|11.11.09||3Wide||So this was the 2nd "Gremlin" #73, but not the #9...
Question #1: What happened to the #73 that began life as the #9?
Question #2: What happened to this #73?
Thanks for the first hand info Anthony - Its really appreciated here in The Vault.
|03.05.12||3Wide||Great photo - I had posted the photographer incorrectly and have since found that the photo was taken by professional photographer Harold Caughy. I've also learned that he lived next door to Tony Ferraiuolo. His son Jimmy was a crew member on the Team #73, and to this day a very good friend of the Ferraiuolo family.|