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Re: Stanford University Library
« Reply #30 on: April 15, 2014, 12:16:11 AM »
There are TONS of shots of the Penkse Camaros and a few of an AMC garage area with the Red white and blue cars being assembled. Many Corvettes at the Daytona endurance races, The DX 67 L88 which is Dana Chevrolet's race car I believe (which would be the one which broke the wrist pin during the 24hrs of Lemans), Tony Delorenzo's/Jerry Thompsons's 68 L88, Garners L88  - ALSO some drag racing photos of Wenzels  67 Z the 67 L78 Conv BATCAR, a couple of more 67-68 dragcars. All under this heading EXACTLY -   [[label]] (with the brackets)

Select 100 per page as there are 1700 photos under this label.
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Re: Stanford University Library
« Reply #31 on: April 15, 2014, 12:16:34 AM »
that # 34 camaro with the unique gauge panel, look to me like the pit lane at bridgehampton ?

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Yes, I would agree it looks like Bridgehampton.

The #15 '67 body Penske Camaro won 3rd overall at Sebring (1st in T/A class) then went to Canada. Craig Fisher drove it at the Lime Rock Trans-Am as car #50.
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Re: Stanford University Library
« Reply #32 on: April 15, 2014, 12:18:51 AM »
There are TONS of shots of the Penkse Camaros and a few of an AMC garage area with the Red white and blue cars being assembled. Many Corvettes at the Daytona endurance races, Tony Delarenzo's L88, Garners L88  - ALSO some drag racing photos of Wenzels  67 Z the 67 L78 Conv BATCAR, a couple of more 67-68 dragcars. All under this heading EXACTLY -   [[label]] (with the brackets)

Select 100 per page as there are 1700 photos under this label.

James, thanks for pointing that out to us. There are some really great photos there.