March 3rd, 2019
"Gulden Midget"... No mustard under the hood, but there is an Offy!
History of the car and those who drove it.
Race fans check out Snyder Video and Photography, along with the vintage cars.
Looking out over the roof of the #M1
Historian Jeff Hardifer talks with videographer Dale Snyder. If Jeff is talking about it, it had to have happened before 1957!
Bob Shoenberger #43 Vega... Really hard to find this type of Vega body for a project like this.
Street legal Jim Laubach #13J
Huge display from Tri-State Vintage
Uniforms, photos, door panels, cars from all era's.
Look for Jim Housworth to be running at New Egypt in 2018.
Modified driver Brian Kuhl's ride for 2018.
From 1/4 midgets to modifieds, look for Milford NJ's JR Fulper to be near the front this year in New Egypt's modified division.
Racing videographers John and Gerry Fillimon. How many remember attending the great off season Fillimon Movie events from back in the day?
The restored original Schneider King Gremlin owned by Gary Tetz on display in the Flemington Speedway Historical Society area. It is 100% right!
Old Bess is Back!
The years have taken a toll, but she was still the star of the show!
A lot of work was done by the good folks from FSHS to get the car to Phillipsburg, and to be able to roll the historic car into the display area.
In addition to the Schneider cars on display, a wall of photos are displayed featuring many of the cars that Frankie drove throughout the years.
Original George Taylor owned #93 that was driven by Dick Havens in the late 60's/early 70's.
Ken Johnson #64 with "mini-me" on the hood scoop.
Paul Ielmini's #S67. Paul was always fun to watch doing the outside sweep around Flemington.
Cars of all eras, and of all sizes in the Flemington Speedway Historical Society display area.
Veteran racer Tom Irvin organized a nice display of Microstocks. In addition to running Microstocks, Tom ran a full size racer at Flemington in the early/mid 90's.
Original Ray Liss built/driven Gremlin
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Alperti White Phantom... Pretty sure it's from the 1920's!
Show runs through Saturday March 9th!
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