Thomas Warne Museum Old Bridge Speedway Race Car Show
Sunday, October 5th, 2014
Images from 3Wide

What at day for a race car show...

mid 60's.... leaves starting to change...

...Colors of the Fall...  The "barn find original #69 driven by Charlie Lindmar back in the day

Bobby Braxton driven "Real Weld."

Kenny Edsell checks out the vintage midgets

Doc Morrow's #55...

Tom Berry shows artist Charlie Lindmar a few pictures of the Berry #407 that he'd like Charlie to draw.

Inside the Museum, racing historian and videographer John Fillimon shows us some of his Old Bridge memorabilia, and the cars in the case were used for the popular Fillimon Bros stop action films.

Cool drawing of Sammy in the Norcia Pinto and an original nosepiece off of one of the Black Horse Racing Team #81 Gremlins.

Sammy Beavers at Flemington - 1976 - Wayne Bechtel Photo

More great NJ racing memorabilia

Missing our friend Dan Rhein

The Chevalier name is well known when it comes to racing at Old Bridge and Wall Stadium.

...back outside to say hello to some folks...

Long time car owner and supporter of the Old Bridge Speedway Race Car show Al Gehrum receives an appreciation award from show coordinato
r Alycia Rihacek and MC Earl Krause.

Al received a plaque created by photographer Ace Lane Jr. (left) featuring Al's beautiful, fuel injected #XL1 replica.

With Earl on the mic, folks not only get to see the history, but get to hear it too.

Rich Cooper's Wall racer

Racer Bill Force slows down for a few minutes to enjoy the show.

In addition to the 1/2 mile asphalt oval, Old Bridge Speedway was known for it's 1/8th mile drag strip too.

Andy Kmosko (nephew of Old Bridge racer Benny Nero) has something to smile about...

...It's his original 1940 Ford that somehow, didn't end up as a race car!

Old Bridge racer Doc Morrow stops by and shares a few stories about Benny Nero (For more on Benny click on the link below):

Open wheeler's...

Look for sprint racer Stefanie Palmai to give the Malik Racing #19c a strong run at the upcoming "Battle of Trenton":

Show attendees listen as Earl interviews the day's guests.

L to R:  Jack Howard, Don Church, Earl Krause, George LeBlanc and Bob Emmons

Terry fires up the #74, so it must be time to head home after a really enjoyable day at the Thomas Warne Museum!

Thanks to all who were involved in putting together this year's Old Bridge Speedway Race Car Show.

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