The September 3rd, 1969 issue of National Speed Sport News featured an ad for the Larry Bock/LarryDrover 1968 Camaro
which was severely damaged at Donnybrooke two months earlier. Not surprisingly, no mention is made that the car had
been wrecked and repaired. Bock drove a Dodge Dart in the Nascar GT series while Drover made the repairs. They replaced
the '68 Camaro with a '69 model for the 1970 Trans-Am season.
The September 6th, 1969 issue of Competition Press & Autoweek featured an ad for the Firebird (ex-Penske Camaro) that
Jerry Titus wrecked at St Jovite a month earlier on August 1st. This was the Gagnon Spring sponsored car driven by Dick
Brown for Robert Gagnon. For some reason Dick Brown is the contact person in the ad even though it's Gagnon's car.
This is another case where no mention is made about an accident repair but the car has "new paint" as well as a new
engine and transmission since the previous engine and trans got swapped into the new '69 bodied replacement car.