Well I'll tel you most of what I know. The 71' Championship car (Donohue-Collins-Jocko) has been restored to Donohue era and was supposedly sold at Russo last year but I'm not sure of the sale. That car is no longer listed on the Historic Trans Am website roster. We've seen it run, just look though the old event photos. Both of the Roy Woods Cars still exist, Epsman and Sorenson owned, listed on the same website and still raced. Those 2 cars were originally the Penske 1970 Javelins with updated sheet metal. There was a third 70' Javelin (Donohue called it the s**tbox / mulecar) and it was donated by Donohue to the University of Pittsburgh at the end of the 70' season. I believe this is the car Brooke Mosgrove restored and is now owned by Bruce Canepa. David Feece owned a 68' Javelin and I believe that car now resides in Canada? There is a 68' Javelin in Texas...I don't know which one, and then there is the Javelin owned by Craig Jackson that has a 1970 front end on a 69' car...I don't know what that's all about. Buzz Dyer still has his 1970 Javelin, a beautiful restoration I might add, but the Historic Trans Am group wants him to repaint it to a different scheme than when HE raced it so you'll only see him at different vintage events because he won't. I haven't seen Ted Robert's Fyr Fyter Javelin (a RK 68) in some time. I'd say most of them still exist but a bunch of them were re-skinned and updated.
bob fryer who ran a funeral home near Pittsburgh raced the university of pittsburgh javelin back in the day. bob used to race corvettes