West Haven, Vermont

EARLY SEASONS AND CARRYOVER TEAMS FROM FAIRMONT

 


Courtesy of Shawn Byrne via Danny Kearney
Flip the clown and his confusing car were performers at the track in the early years. Does anyone know who he is ?


Courtesy of Mike Bruno


Courtesy of Marty Kelly, Jr.

The Overflow From Fairmont
and Early Sportsman Division Competitors


Courtesy of Wes Moody
The first Devil's Bowl officials: Ted Vogel, Sr, Paul Cummings, Howard Cameron,
Bunny Bunnell, Jim Frye, and Tom LaPlaca.


Courtesy of the LaFond Family
C.J. Richards and noted wrecker man Dan Tagg were important figures at the early Bowl.

ACTUAL FORMER FAIRMONT PARTICIPANTS AND TEAMS


Cavalcade of Auto Racing
Charlie LaDuc
Orwell, VT

His Henry J was one of the most popular Devil's Bowl cars ever.


CVRA File Photo

Cavalcade of Auto Racing
Chet Doaner
Rutland, VT

 His Corvair was typical of the wide variety of late model bodies on modifieds of this era.


Courtesy of Ted Vogel


Courtesy of John Grady
Dexter Dorr
Cohoes, NY

A Manchester, VT native, he became a premier car builder in the 1970's and beyond.


Courtesy of Norm Vadnais
Chuck Ely Photo


Courtesy of Marty Kelly Jr
Sonny Rabideau, Brattleboro, VT

The Leo Vallancourt 333

 
Courtesy of Neal Davis
Sonny Rabideau, Brattleboro, VT

The former Leo Vallancourt 333



Courtesy of Arnie Ainsworth
Chuck Ely,
Bennington, VT


The Paul Visconti 67
 
Courtesy of Marty Kelly Jr
Dick Nephew,
Mooers Forks, NY

The
1961 NASCAR National Sportsman Co- Champion.

Courtesy of Norm Vadnais
Will Cagle pit work.

Former George Rogers Car
Courtesy of CJ Richards
Bob Harrison
Chittenden, VT

He made a career out of buying other drivers' cars to run for a year or so at a time.


Former Quenneville Car
Devils Bowl Yearbook



Courtesy of Neal Davis
Vince Quenneville, Sr.
Middlebury, VT

A true hall of fame candidate. He will have his own page here some day.


Courtesy of Neal Davis

Cavalcade of Auto Racing
Mert "Socks"Hulbert,
Oak Hills, NY

1968 Track Champion at the Bowl


Courtesy of John Grady

Bob Frazier Photo
Courtesy of Norm Vadnais

 


Courtesy of Neal Davis
Jerry King,
Rutland, VT

A former Pico and Fairmont runner.


Ladabouche Photo
Charlie McMahan,
Rutland, VT

A former Norm Scarborough/ Roger Gauthier car.

 

Bob Frazier Photo
via Mike Richards

Charlie McMahan's J2 is one upside down in this photo with Ray Ricards' 80.

 
Courtesy of Mike Bruno
Mert Hulbert,
Oak Hills, NY

The Champlain Constr. Car - a lesser known version.

Courtesy of LaFond Family
Butch Jelley,
Pownal, VT


With Yellow x owner Martin Riiska

Ladabouche Collection
Ed Foley,
Leicester, VT

Courtesy of Norm Vadnais

Source Unknown - Help Me Out
Pete Corey,
Crescent, NY

This car would be sold to Chet Doaner for the Bowl

Courtesy of Wes Moody
Dutch Reed,
Glens Falls, NY

The Clayton Ryan coupe

Courtesy of Pascal "Magnum"
Guy Chartrand,
Montreal, QU

The same car in which he lost that heartbreaker at Fairmont three years prior to this shot.

Dragon Family Photos
Beaver Dragon,
Milton, VT

Most of his Bowl driving was in the Richards #75 The 43 is he same car as the 76 above of Bob Ellis.


Courtesy of Bob Kilburn
Harry "Boo" Duffany,
Shoreham, VT

 


He began his career in the hobby division at Fairmont.


Courtesy of Wes Moody
Roger Gauthier,
Fort Edward, NY

The Al Ryan coupe


Courtesy of Vogel Family
Roger Gauthier
Fort Edward, NY


The Scarborough Mustang


Courtesy of Janice Colburn
David McMahon,
Rutland, VT


This, the former Jim Koehler 31  competed  at Fairmont, as did McMahan's brother.

Courtesy of Jerry King
Ray Sitterly,
Amsterdam, NY


Jerry King's 99

Courtesy of Norm Vadnais
Joe Messina,
Troy, NY

The Ken Tremont 115

Devils Bowl Yearbook
Will Cagle,
Tampa, FL

He had periods where he totally dominated Devils Bowl


Courtesy of John Grady



Cavalcade of Auto Racing
Roger Gauthier,
Fort Edward, NY
The Norm Scarborough
Mustang

Bob Frazier Photo
Courtesy of Norm Vadnais

Photo Source Unknown
Probably Frazier Photo

The same car following Vince out of the pits at the Bowl around 1968.

Courtesy of Norm Vadnais
Russ Shaw,
Bomoseen, VT

The Taggart / Rooney 43. Later driven by
Beaver Dragon briefly. Became Bob Eliis' 76.
 
Courtesy of Bob Kilburn
Butch Jelley,
Pownal, VT

Ed Winn's 467

Courtesy of Bob Kilburn
Mert Hulbert,
Oak Hills, NY

The car has just burned a week before. Just before John Danyow's Champlain Construction took sponsorship.

Courtesy of Bob Kilburn
Pete Corey
Crescent, NY

A rare visit by the Lebanon Valley car.

Courtesy of Arnie Ainsworth
Butch Jelley,
Pownal, VT

Courtesy of Mike Laduc
 
     




   


     
 

 


Courtesy of Mike Bruno

 

 
Courtesy of Mike Bruno


Courtesy of Marty Kelly Jr.
This roster probably from 1967 is an incredible mix of small and big - time names. Check out some of these below.

ADDITIONAL EARLY SEASONS DRIVERS AND TEAMS


Courtesy of LaFond Family
Bob Ellis,
West Haven, VT

The Ray Richards 76 - the former Taggart 43.

CVRA File Photo
This was an Ed Allen mystery photo.
Steady Ed says it is him.


Courtesy of Wes Moody
Wes Moody, in a heat lineup at the Bowl.

Courtesy of John Grady
Bruce Dostal,
Johnstown, NY

Courtesy of Wes Moody
Wes Moody wins the Langhorne qualifier in the late '60's.

 
Everyone assumed he was crying tears of joy - actually his newly broken leg hurt that badly.


Schenectady Collection
Otto Graham Site
Tommy Corellis,
Rensselaer, NY

Young's 28.

Courtesy of Ed Fabian
Tommy Corellis,
Rensselaer, NY


The New England Tower #2 of Curt Prescott

Courtesy of Jim LeClaire
Jimmy LeClaire,
Plattsburgh, NY

Jim and and
owner, Harold Healey
look over the damage to the #70.
 
Mike Feltenberger Photo
Courtesy of  Chas Hertica

Rich Ricci, Sr.,
New Platz, NY

Courtesy of John Grady
Wes Moody
Saranac Lake, NY

He would actually become a promoter for CJ in 1984


Courtesy of Wes Moody


Courtesy of LaFond Family

 


Courtesy of LaFond Family
Ron Van Etten,
A Leb. Valley regular

Courtesy of LaFond Family
Bob Brunell,
Peru, NY
 
Courtesy of Chas Hertica
The well - known Valley
Car, Hellwig's 37. It may have been driven at Devil's Bowl by
Troy veteran Bob Schreiner.
 
 
Courtesy of Connie Sanders
Bill Stevens' S29 [an occasional Fairmont car] reappeared at Devil's Bowl as 29, with one of the Hoffers in 1967.
 
Courtesy of MartyKellyJr.
Two of the best names in early Devil's Bowl history.
 
Courtesy of Mike Bruno
A huge fan favorite photo - Ed Foley pulling in with the car that he did so well in before selling it to Curt Prescott.
 
Courtesy of Gary Eckerson
via Chas Hertica

Harold Montayne.
This car could have run at D.Bowl with him or Ray Chapman.
 
Courtesy of King Collection
via Mike Bruno

Rutland, VT's Jerry King
gets a fan club presentation from Clayton Tanner of Proctor.
 
Courtesy of John Rabideau
Unfamiliar version of the 1968 Bowl champ car - bobtailed a bit on the rear.
 
Courtesy of Mike Bruno
Ray Sitterly,
Ansterdam, NY

With his own car; sometimes he drove for Jerry King.

Courtesy of Mike Bruno
Stan Wetmore,
Oak Hill, NY

Bob Frazier Photo
Courtesy of Dustin Stevenson

David McMahan [27], Chuck Stevenson [550] and Perkins.

Bob Frazier Photo
Courtesy of Rick Parry

Wayne Perkins,
Greenwich,
NY

Courtesy of Ed Fabiann

Russ Shaw,
Bomoseen, VT

Dooger Jones' 8VT. Also
drove Jones' 25VT

Courtesy of Ed Fabiann
Jim Nimms,
Brattleboro, VT

Being attacked by Charlie Laduc [54] and Floyd Bombard.

Bob Frazier Photo
Courtesy of Rick Parry

Win Slavin,
Troy, N
Y

Clayton Ryan's  211

Bob Frazier Photo
Courtesy of Bob Kilburn
Harry Duffany, Jr,
Shoreham, VT

Bob Frazier Photo
Courtesy of Bob Kilburn
Joe Messina,
Troy, NY

Ken Tremont, Sr's Falcon

Courtesy of Ed Fabiann
Karl Haeussel,
Latham, NY

Bob Frazier Photo
Courtesy of Rick Parry

Ted Brown
Keene, NH

Bob Frazier Photo
Courtesy of Arnie Ainsworth

Russ Blake,
Pittsfield, MA


Bob Frazier Photo
Courtesy of Mike Bruno

Rudy Charbonneau,
Brandon, VT
 
Bob Frazier Photo
Courtesy of Norm Vadnais

Gene Tetreault,
Manchester Depot, VT
 
Unknown Photo Source
Ralph Palmer,
Glens Falls, N
Y
 
Photo  Courtesy of Chas Hertica
Mike Ehring,
Troy, N
Y
   
John Grady Photo
Harry Coonradt built this nifty semi late model and late sold it Floyd Bombard to run at the Bowl.
       

 

FIRST YEAR FOOTAGE FROM DEVIL'S BOWL [FROM DAN ODY]
These are mostly quite blurry because they are, after all, just frames from old movies.


Dan Ody 8MM Film
Vince Quenneville
with the ex - Dexter
Dorr Super 29

Dan Ody 8MM Film
SonnyRabideau, back in the Stroker Smith 311

Dan Ody 8MM Film
Lebanon Valley
regular Don Clark

Dan Ody 8MM Film
[Above]
Frank Hodge, of Montreal, in his Lucky 7. [Below] Same car, the year before, at
Fairmont.

Ladabouche Photo

Dan Ody 8MM Film
A Ray Richards car, the 80. That's the Leo Vallancourt 333 against the wall.
 

Dan Ody 8MM Film
Buddy Bardwell returns to CVRA with his Hudson.


 

Dan Ody 8MM Film
Cecil Bosworth returns to the CVRA in what looks to be a Riverside Speedway mod.

 

Dan Ody 8MM Film
Ol' Reliable,
 Charlie LaDuc

With the famous and beloved Henry J

Dan Ody 8MM Film
Quenneville and Rabideau
chase the AG Ryan 128 of
Roger Gauthier.

Leo Vallancourt 333 against the wall, beside Bob Harrison's 117.

Dan Ody 8MM Film
LaDuc presses an
unidentified car
number 50.

Dan Ody 8MM Film
Vince, Sr. in some action shots.

Dan Ody 8MM Film
Mert Hulbert, in the primered Daniels 78 and a Sedan #431 said to be driven by Lou Searing.

Dan Ody 8MM Film
Chet Doaner loses
the Corvair on the backstretch.

Dan Ody 8MM Film
Veteran Dutch Reed puts the Clayton Ryan 211 thru its paces.


EARLY LATE MODEL DIVISION COMPETITORS
An Updated Hobby Division Held Over From Fairmont 


From Lebanon Valley Classics

Jim Langenback hits C.J.'s beautiful Devil's Bowl pace car.


Courtesy of Ed Fabian
Bob Gaskill,
Williamstown, MA


CVRA File Photo


Arnie Ainsworth Photo

 


Courtesy of Ed Fabian
Bobby Dragon,
Milton, VT


Courtesy of C.J. Richards
Gets trophy from Norm Spafford

Courtesy of Ed Fabian
Bruce Loomis,
Granville, NY


Courtesy of Bruce Loomis

Lebanon Valley Classics
Claude Hoard,
Eagle Bridge, NY

The J.C. Durick car.


Courtesy of Ed Fabian
John Luleck
Hampton, NY

Courtesy of Ed Fabian
Ray Nutting,
Rutland, VT

Courtesy of Norm Vadnais


Courtesy of Tim Rogers


Source Unknown
Graham Trudo,
Orwell, VT

Courtesy of LaDuc Family
Ronnie Wood


Courtesy of Mike Richards
Ronnie Wood,
Ludlow, VT

Courtesy of Shawn Byrne
Ronnie Wood's hard
flip on the backstretch.

An unidentified driver
is checking with a stunned Wood.

Courtesy of Ed Fabian
John Williams,
Brandon, VT

Devils Bowl Program


Courtesy of Ed Fabian
Albert Luleck
Poultney, VT
 

Gater Racing News Photo
Barry Purdy
N. Bennington, VT

Cavalcade of Auto Racing

Courtesy of Ed Fabian

Courtesy of Arnie Ainsworth
 

Courtesy of Shawn Byrne
Jim Byrne, giving kiddie rides to kids who include his daughter, Denise Byrne Scarborough, Mrs. Brandon Bandit.

The Stosh Tyminski #88 Ford 


Courtesy of Ed Fabian
Dave Dufford,
Granville, NY
 

Devils Bowl Program
Don Accavello,
Rutland, VT

Courtesy of Ed Fabian
 
 

Courtesy of Ed Fabian
Don Charbonneau,
Brandon, VT
 

Courtesy of Shawn Byrne

Jim Byrne,
Castleton, VT

Very appropriate name,
it would appear.
 

Source Unknown
Johnny Peoples,
Wilton, NY

 Actual car for this divison
was the J.C. Durick #61
1955 Chevy, shown below with Foster Wendell, who subbed for him a bit.
 
 
John Grady Photo


Courtesy of C. J. Richards
Ron Woods,
Ludlow, VT
 

Courtesy of Ed Fabian
Skip Haines,
Granville, NY
 

Source Unknowm
Unidentified late model
 224 in D Bowl pits in 1968.
 

Courtesy of Shawn Byrne
Jim Byrne, at it
again. The 467 is Lyle
Jelley, younger bro
of Butch.

I asked Jim if he ever just finished a a race in one piece. 

Saratoga Auto Museum
Dexter Dorr,
Manchester, VT

Courtesy of Norm Vadnais 

Courtesy of CVRA Website
Jack Harrison,
Pittsford, VT

Courtesy of LaFond Family

Ladabouche Photo

 

Courtesy of Rich Palmer
Skip Wilcox,
Trenton, NJ & Whitehall, NY
 

Courtesy of LaFond Family
Wayne Potter,
Rutland, VT
 

Courtesy of Ed Fabian
Harry Peek,
Schenectady, NY


Courtesy of David Peek

Actually, he probably had to run this car as a sportsman.
 

Bob FrazeMike Vruno
Johnny Bruno,
 Castleton Corners, VT
CLICK HERE for a Bruno
Family racing page.

Courtesy of Mike Bruno
Shown here with Al Cram 

Courtesy of Arnie Ainsworth
Ron Bisson,
 Shaftsbury, VT
 

Courtesy of LaFond Family
Jim Ogle,
1969 D. Bowl
Late Model
Champion


Courtesy of Shawn Byrne
The rear quarter seem to attest to this championship. 


Courtesy of LaFond Family
Ralph Soulia,
Rutland, VT

A late model champion -
maybe 1967


Courtesy of A. Ainsworth


Courtesy of Mike Bruno 


Courtesy of Senecal Family
Bill Messer,
1969 Photo
 

Courtesy of Senecal Family
Herb Senecal,
West Rutland, VT

Hank Champine's 02 

Courtesy of Senecal Family
Jim Byrne,
Castleton, VT

Actually in one piece
 

Courtesy of Senecal Family
Louie Senecal
Proctor VT

Would promote the Vergennes
track for a period

of time around 1970.
 

Courtesy of Senecal Family
Tim Baker,
Dorset, VT
Arguably the best late model driver ever at Devil's Bowl

Courtesy of Marty Kelly Jr 


Courtesy of Senecal Family
Stosh Timinski,
West Rutland, VT
 

Courtesy of Mike Richards
Dutch Cobble, 

Courtesy of Mike Richards
Cliff Goewey,
Benson, VT
 

Courtesy of Mike Richards
Pat Sabol,
West Haven, VT

Former Ralph Soulia car. 

Courtesy of Tim Rogers
Butch Rogers' first late model.

That's Butch in foreground.
 
 
Courtesy of Rene Carpenter
Tom Carpenter and
Wayne Blair, his first
driver.
  

Courtesy of Mike Richards
Another shot of Ray Nutting .

Courtesy of Mike Richards
Tom Perry,
Fair Haven, VT

Would promote the track for a
period of two or three years
under the name West haven Speedway.



Courtesy of Woody Woodbury
Tom apparently re-arranged the car, which might have belonged to Woody Woodbury. 


Courtesy of Mike Bruno
Louie Bruno,
Rutland,. VT
 

Ladabouche Collection
Unidentified late model #77 during practice. Could be John Luleck. 
 
Ladabouche Collection
Warrensburgh's Sim Hall ran this car at either the Bowl or at Fairmont. 
 
Courtesy of LVC
Another shot of Chuck Ely's enormously popular Caspar car that ran at both Fairmont and D Bowl. 

Ballston Journal Photo
via Stock Car Racers' Reunion

Stillwater, NY veteran Don Antolick may have driven this car at D Bowl. He absolutely drove the #43 below.

Ladabouche Collection
The 59 of Jerry Pennock and Ken Platt's Roehrig Brothers 99 also would have raced some at D Bowl. 


Courtesy of Woody Woodbury
Bob Taylor,
Chittenden, VT
 
 
Courtesy of Arnie Ainsworth
Bowl regular John Williams could also win at the Valley, it would appear.

 

Courtesy of Marty Kelly Jr
1968 Devil's Bowl late model awardees Chuck Ely, Johnny Bruno, and Ray Nutting. 

Courtesy of Marty Kelly Jr
Here's one I can't explain: Nelson Moore in a Sportsman vs Bob Gaskill in a late model. Why ? What is it with Devil's Bowl Mustangs and wall climbing ?

 
 
Courtesy of Marty Kelly Jr
A 1968 Devil's Bowl Yankee 100 adv.
 
Courtesy of Marty Kelly Jr
The Grand Old Man, Albert Luleck on warmup day, 1981.

Courtesy of Marty Kelly Jr
1968 Devil's Bowl late model action as Johnny Bruno is sandwiched in front of the flagstand.

 
Courtesy of Mike Bruno
Jack Harrison,
PIttsford, VT.
 
Courtesy of Marty Kelly Jr
Randy Hotaling,
Ballston Spa, NY
   
 
Courtesy of Marty Kelly Jr

Ronnie Woods was a little crazy with this car. This is how it ended up later.


Courtesy of Shawn Byrne

 
Courtesy of Marty Kelly Jr
Fast Eddy Keenan
The Gray Ghost.

Chuck Ely Photo
via LVC

 Ron Mensing.
 
Courtesy of Otto Graham
Jay Brown,
Castleton, VT

So, Jay, howdja like Lebanon Valley ?
 
Courtesy of Tim Rogers
George Rogers, in his final
big feature win - 1967.
  This
car went to Ray Nutting.

Courtesy of Leb. Valley Classics
Jim Langenback,
Pittsfield, MA

Courtesy of Leb. Valley Classics
Gary Granger

 

FIRST YEAR LATE  MODEL FOOTAGE FROM DEVIL'S BOWL [FROM DAN ODY]
These are mostly quite blurry because they are, after all, just frames from old movies. This is the divison that had been called the Hobby Class at Fairmont.


Dan Ody 8MM Film
Chuck Ely leads Ron Mensing
in 1967.

Dan Ody 8MM Film
C. J. Richards presents Chuck Ely with the runnerup trophy after the 1967 Vermont Late Model Championship race.

Dan Ody 8MM Film
Lebanon Valley
regular Chuck Ely talks in Vic Lane after the VT State Championship race. Catamount driver Lennie Stockwell is partly hiddeen 2nd from left.

Dan Ody 8MM Film
Beat up from a year's rqacing and limping on a flat tire is the unidentified car 27.


Dan Ody 8MM Film
Car 208 is seemn in these two 8 MM frames. I don't know who it was but it was an impressive looking car.



 

Dan Ody 8MM Film
Eventual 1967 VT State champion George Rogers flies by that same car 208 during the race.

Dan Ody 8MM Film
Car 835. a Valley regular, sits wrecked in the infield in 1967.  It could very well be from the Albright Garage stable.


Dan Ody 8MM Film
An unidentified flathead coupe races in with the late models in the 1967 VT State championship.

Dan Ody 8MM Film
Unidentified car 9 bit the dust.

Dan Ody 8MM Film
Another flathead car is involved with Cliff Goewey [33] and a sharp red Ford.

Dan Ody 8MM Film
This is very likely Valley regular Inky Baldwin losing it.

Dan Ody 8MM Film
Future track promoter Tom Perry gets a push with his car 80.


Dan Ody 8MM Film
Fairmont Speedway veteran Vern Hall leads the way with his #57 Ford.

Dan Ody 8MM Film
Fairmont Speedway veteran Vern Hall leads car 224 with his #57 Ford.

Dan Ody 8MM Film
Unknown car 224 loses it later in the race.

Dan Ody 8MM Film
Another flathead coupe dices with eventuial runnerup Chuck Elyand his #5 Ford.


Dan Ody 8MM Film
A better shot of Vern Hall.

Dan Ody 8MM Film
Probably Stosh Timinski. Might also be Louie Snecal.

Dan Ody 8MM Film
Don Accavello getting after it.

Dan Ody 8MM Film
Eventual race winner and 1967 state champ George Rogers wheels his barely - completed '56 Chevy.

Dan Ody 8MM Film
George Rogers collects the checkers after his last win.

Dan Ody 8MM Film
Fairmont Speedway veteran Vern Hall  with his #57 Ford. This shows the number variation 777.

Dan Ody 8MM Film
Warrensburg, NY's Jerry "Porky" Pennock with his #59 Ford that he also ran on the pavement at Malta.

Dan Ody 8MM Film
Johnny Bruno [222] lines up with Castleton Four Corners neighbor Vern Hall.


Dan Ody 8MM Film
Catamount Stadium regular Len "Tiger" Stockwell receives a trophy from C.J. Richards.

Dan Ody 8MM Film
Catamount Stadium regular Len "Tiger" Stockwell at speed on an unfamiliar dirt track surface.


Dan Ody 8MM Film
 Photo tag says this is Proctor, VT's Louie Senecal.

Dan Ody 8MM Film
 Ludlow, VT's Ronnie Wood, another veteran of Fairmont racing.

Dan Ody 8MM Film
Ronnie Wood at speed.

Dan Ody 8MM Film
Tommie Corellis mixing it up with Jokko Mutterer's 10.

Dan Ody 8MM Film
Dutch Cobble in action.

Dan Ody 8MM Film
Catamount Stadium regular Tom Tiller at speed on an unfamiliar dirt track surface.

Dan Ody 8MM Film
Another Tom Tiller shot.

Dan Ody 8MM Film
Valley regular Barry Purdy. This shot may have actually been taken at the Valley.

Dan Ody 8MM Film
C.J. presents the trophy for the 1967 VT State Championship to a delighted George Rogers. It would be Rogers' last win, as he was ill and never raced again.

 

The Dare Devil Division Competitors


Bob Frazier Photo Courtesy of Ed Fabian
Car 39 [maybe Howard Dikeman] clears out some of C.J.'s sheet metal fencing as 66, John Wales
spins the Bridport Equipment car and car Bob Ellis, 49 gets by unscathed.

 


Courtesy of Shawn Byrne
Jim Byrne,
Rutland, VT
 

With C.J. Richards

Anyone get the name of
that eighteen wheeler ?
BEFORE

Courtesy of Mike LaDuc
Elroy Laduc,
Orwell, VT
 
AFTER


Courtesy of Shawn Byrne
Don Carrara,
Shrewsbury, VT
 

Ted Vogel Sr. Photo
An unidentified
Dare Devil #7 is
seen in the background.
 

Courtesy of Ed Fabian
Junior Fields,
 Proctor, VT
Car 9

Don't recognize
the flipper.
 

From Dan Ody's 8mm DVD
Unidentified Dare
Devil Ford. Could be
Mike Winship.

Photo will be blurry - it is old 8mm.
 

From Dan Ody's 8mm DVD
Unidentified Dare
Devil Studebaker
Could be a Shaw.

Photo will be blurry - it is old 8mm.
 

Courtesy of Shawn Byrne
CJ, Mert Hulbert, and Graham Trudo share Victory Lane with 3 of the best Dare Devils: John Wales, Jim Bryne, and a young Bobby Ellis.
 


 |
Courtesy of Bruce Brown
Jay Brown,
Castleton, VT
 
 
Courtesy of Mike Bruno
Ralph Bruno,
Castleton, VT
 
 
Courtesy of Mike Bruno
Stan Cram

Most people say these two white Dare Devil 37's are
different cars.
 Ya can't prove it by me.
 
Courtesy of Mike Bruno
Al Cram,
West Rutland, VT
 
 
Courtesy of Jerry King
An UNK car 18. 
 
Courtesy of Lauren Taylor Salamin
"Foolish Fred" Taylor,
Fair Haven, VT

Dan Ody's 8MM FIlm
Car 221 does his best
to kill a perfectly good
Dare Devil.

Courtesy of Mike Richards
Bob Ellis,
West Haven, VT

Early DareDevil star.
 

 

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