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Courtesy of Andy Boright


Courtesy of Andy Boright

 


Photo Source Unknown
Year One

Ladabouche Photo
1972 - The first
version of the
'64 Chevelle.

Courtesy of Mike Richards
1972, when the
Crouches actually
lived in Fair Haven
 near Devil's Bowl.

Courtesy of Devil's Bowl Program
The original car,
in color.

Courtesy of Andy Boright
The '72 season was
not all hearts and
flowers.

Courtesy of LaFondFamily
Robert and C.A.
 

Courtesy of Mike Watts
Passing by CJ's
famous Superbird
pace car at the Bowl.

Ladabouche  Collection
1973, with the same
hair and much more experience.

 

Ladabouche Photo
1973 - CA working
on the '64 Chevelle.

Courtesy of Phil Butler
1974, Robbie
and dear friend
Linda LaBerge.
 

Courtesy of Jim Watson
1975, Robbie
drove for Bob Curtiss
for one tempestuous year.
 

Bob Doyle Photo
Curtiss' snappy
'72 Chevelle.
 

Bob Doyle Photo
Curtiss' snappy
'72 Chevelle, with
a little wear.

 

Courtesy of Mike Richards
Self - explanatory.
 

Photo Source Unknown
Back to Dad's
Chevelle.

Courtesy of Andy Boright
The '68 Chevelle,
first of a long - Running relationship
with Tower Pizza.
 

Courtesy Jim Watson
The Nova
Maybe his best
car [for the money]

Photo Source Unknown
The long - lived
Nova @ Val_Belaire

Denis LaChance Photo
On the track @ Catamount

Catamount Program Photo
Around 1977
 

Bob Doyle Photo
Another variation
with the Nova

 


Denis LaChance Photo
Giving a crewman
a lift somewhere
in Canada

 


Denis LaChance Photo
Another good
sponsor with the
ageless Nova

Courtesy of Rich Palmer
The Nova, on a hauler
with the Kenworth
sponsorship.

Courtesy of Jacques
 LaLancette

The Nova, in red
and silver.

Courtesy of Andy Boright
Nova, again.

Courtesy of David Turner

Clarence Crouch,
a missed friend and
just a wonderful man.

 


Bob Doyle Photo
Leading Cabana
at Catamount

Norman Morley Photo
Robbie with Norman Morley's
boys at Catamount
in 1977.

Norman Morley Photo
Robbie in the final
season of the Nova.

Courtesy of Andy Boright
Robbie and the Nova
with Dick Willette.

Courtesy of Mark Austin

Robbie and the Nova
show Bob Pressley the
way around T Road.

Courtesy of L.A. West
The next era of car for Crouch - in the Fairfax
Salvage era.
 

Denis LaChance Photo
The more modern
era car -
@ Catamount

Denis LaChance Photo
The same car -
@ Val-Belaire

Photo Courtesy of Leach
An on - track
conversation.

Courtesy of Andy Boright
Newer car -
old sponsor.
 

Photo Source Unknown
The Tower Buick

Photo Source Unknown
The Tower Buick

Photo Courtesy of Leach
The L&W six
banger Somerset.
the new Allen
Lumber sponsor.
 

Ladabouche Photo
Working on the
Somerset at
Catamount

Courtesy of Cho Lee
The L&W team,
in its entirety.

Catamount Program
One of many
nods for outstanding
 driving.

 

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Photographer Unknown
The Allen Regal

Courtesy of Andy Boright
The ACT car
at Catamount
in 1987
 

Ladabouche Collection
As 1988 Champ. This is arguably the most effective driver/owner combo in the history of the ACT.

Courtesy of Cho Lee
In the heady days of the pre-ACT mid 1980's -
with Curley and Bown.

Denis LaChance Photo
Lined up in the
Thunder Road infield
with LaJoie, etal.

Courtesy Andy Boright
Maybe that same
race day.

Courtesy of Andy Boright
Self - explanatory
caption.

Courtesy of Andy Boright
The Allen Lumber
car follows McCabe onto the track.

Mike Cain Photo
A frequent sight
in those days

Mike Cain Photo
A 1987 closeup

Photographer Unknown
Robbie on track
with Beaver, the
day Dragon took
the flip.
 

Denis LaChance Photo
Hectic pit work
at some ACT
or GASSC race

Mike Cain Photo
ACT car.

 


Thomas Craig Photo
They claim this is
Robbie in a super
speedway LMS.

Ladabouche Collection
Ricky Crouch

Courtesy of Tim Brisson
Robbie and former
crew chief Dick Glines
at one of John Casey's
reunions at T Road.

Courtesy of Tim Brisson
Robbie, with Dave
Storey and John Casey
glad to see Stub Fadden
at one of John Casey's
reunions at T Road.
     

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