|Photo ID #||F12.08.09_003_HOR_UNK_0070H_1|
|Driver (s) :||Jimmy Horton and ?|
|Photo provided by:||Cos|
|Comments:||Somewhat unconventional way to get this pair of #3's to the track... They both look like Weld creations.|
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|12.08.09||Bill Ore||I'm not sure where the picture was taken; maybe at Statewide down in Folsom. Maybe the other #3 was driven by Glenn Smith. I know in the late 70's they would bring a modified and a sportsman, both #3's. Jimmy Horton would drive the mod, and Glenn Smith the sportsman.|
|12.08.09||Kevin||Those are indeed the handiwork of my hero, Kenny Weld. The
lead Gremlin is part of the litter from the winter of '75-76 and the
trailing model is Kenny's original modified.
Statewide rarely used this flatbed other than Syracuse, though I do remember it rolling into Reading for a Sunday night when the main slantbed truck was used that afternoon at East Windsor.
|12.10.09||cos||Remember this as Windsor...Jimmy would know for sure...|
|12.10.09||3Wide||Jimmy's still getting it done with an open trailer these days... As for location, not sure it this is along the back tree line of the parking lot at EWS, or along the tree line at the far end of the pits (near the 3rd turn), but it does look like East Windsor.|
|12.16.09||BOBBY FIORELLO||IT IS EWS,,PITS,,THE GLORY DAYS,,|