Can You Identify Any of These Vintage Auto Racing Related Photographs?

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Can you identify the driver of this heavily modified Maxwell?  The car may have belonged to J. Alex Sloan when this photo was taken.  Sigurd W. Haugdahl collection

 

Can you identify either the car or the driver in this photograph that was taken at Carthage, Missouri on August 8, 1930?  Mike Cline collection

 

 

This photograph was taken in 1930 but do you know where?  Do you know anything more about Roy Slack?  Mike Cline collection

 

Can you identify either the car or the driver in this photograph?  Sigurd W. Haugdahl  collection

 

Can you identify either the car or the driver in this photograph?  Sigurd W. Haugdahl  collection

 

The man at right is Frank Chacon.  The words “Safety First” are on the radiator emblem.  The engine appears to be a flat head Ford Model T.  The axel and front cross-member are also Model T.  The exhaust manifold is Model T as is the intake and warm air pipe.  The drive train appears to be Model T and the body is custom.  Can you identify anything else about this photograph?  Louann (Chacon) Schodde collection

 

Can you identify the car or driver in this photograph taken in 1932?  Brian White collection

 

The car at left is a Cole.  The car second from left was driven by Floyd Willard and Sig Haugdahl is behind the wheel of the Mercer #11 at right.  Can you identify the racetrack or anything else in this photo?  Sigurd W. Haugdahl  collection

  

The car with dual exhaust, on the other side of #700, was owned by Lenoard Kerbs of Otis, Kansas.  The man with back to the camera at the front of the #21 car, is Murray Earl of Hutchinson, Kansas.  This photo was taken in the early 1930s, probably somewhere in Kansas.  Do you know where?  Do you recognize any of the cars in this photo?  Did Gus Schrader drive that #700?  Jack Earle collection

 

 

The driver is identified as Allan Tillotson but where was this photo taken?  Was it at a racetrack in Texas?  Charles McQuien collection

  

 

This photo is believed to have been taken in Ft. Wayne, Indiana in 1932.  Do you know anything about this car or who might have droven it?  Brian White collection

  

The photo of this 1921 or 1922 Studebaker Special 6 was taken in the mid-1920s at a racetrack that may have been in Kansas.  The driver is identified as Emmit Barton and the driver is identified as “Elgin” the mechanic.  Do you recognize the car, the men, or the racetrack?  Bob Coolidge collection

 

“Spining’s Demonstrator” is shown here being driven by Emmit Barton in a stock car race.  Do you know who Spining (or Spinning) was or where this photo was taken?  Bob Coolidge collection

 

It is believed that this photo was taken at a Midwestern racetrack.  Can you identify either car or the racetrack?  Don Radbruch collection

 

Can you identify either of these cars?  Don Radbruch collection

 

It is believed that this photo was taken in Central Pennsylvania.  Can you identify either the car or the driver?  Don Radbruch collection

 

Can you identify either this car or the driver?  Don Radbruch collection

 

Can you identify either this car or the driver?  Don Radbruch collection

 

Can you identify either of these cars or the racetrack?  Don Radbruch collection

 

Can you identify this car, the racetrack or the man?  Wood collection

 

This photo was taken in 1952 at the Chemung Speedrome in Chemung, New York.  Do you know who owned this car or who the driver was?  Stu Morrison collection

 

This photo was taken in 1952 at the Chemung Speedrome in Chemung, New York.  Do you know who owned this car or who the driver was?  Stu Morrison collection

 

 

This car may have raced in the Detroit, Michigan area.  Do you know anything more about it?  George De Angelis collection

  

 

This TQ midget once belonged to Steven Schrater of Great Bend, Kansas who sold it to someone else in the mid-1970s.  Do you know who he sold it to or what became to this car after that?  Does it still exist today?  Steven Schrater collection

 

This car came out of an old barn in Tubac, Arizona.  It appears to have cut down Chevy parts and Chevy 4-cylinder engine.  See the next photo below.  Carey Davis collection

 

This is another view of the car pictured just above.  Carey Davis collection

 

This car was found in Griffin, Georgia.  It appears the body is wooden and the frame is steel.  Vicki Thompson collection

 

If you know about any of the cars or people pictured on this web page or if you have any vintage auto racing related photographs you would like to have identified, please contact Bob Lawrence. Watch this web page for more such photographs to come.

 

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