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Snowberger’s Miller Special….

Russell Snowberger was a well known racing driver from Michigan. He is pictured in his Miller Special at the Langhorne, PA  track which was built by a group of Philadelphia racing enthusiasts known as the National Motor Racing Association (NMRA), and held its first race there on June 12, 1926. The back of the photograph…

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A Midget racer-1939

An interesting photo of Eddie Wendt who was a West Coast midget car driver. His car appears to be motorcycle engine powered, possibly by a v-twin as we can see one-air cooled cylinder thru a hood opening. Midget car racing started in California in the mid 1930s and became very popular throughout the US.  After…

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Pikes Peak Hudson

A very nice factory image of one of Hudson’s “Pike’s Peak” Specials above and an Essex below. Hudson did quite well on the hill, which back in this time was a major racing event. Many of the factories had team cars, as a win on the Peak could give a company great exposure in the…

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