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Re: Fw: Re: [FOT] History Question

Subject: Re: Fw: Re: [FOT] History Question
Date: Fri, 24 Feb 2006 09:37:45 EST
In a message dated 02/23/2006 5:20:14 PM Central Standard Time, writes:

>      I'm as astounded as you!  The car was called a "Cad-Triumph" and was 
> most definitely a pre TR Triumph Roadster.  The driver that day was George 
> Bare of Cedar Rapids and the car carried number 66.   As I alluded to 
> being an Allard guy I'm intrigued especially when I think about the original 
> brakes they had to either live with or replace.   Remember that the gear 
> on that thing originally was on the column as well but if they put a Cad in 
> then there must have been some other serious (!) surgery done somewhere under 
> there.

Blows my mind.  Sounds like a catastrophe waiting to happen...even before you 
turn it on.  

I have a friend in Dubuque.  He's the right age, and a long time dyed in the 
wool sportscar racing buff.  I'll try to run the story by him to see if he has 
any recollection.

Bill Dentinger

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