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brian26
May 21, 2011 at 08:53:02 AM
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Very nice Mike!





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brian26
May 21, 2011 at 08:58:11 AM
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Did Wayne Cox drive this car?




pokeyokie
May 21, 2011 at 10:01:41 AM
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Posted By: brian26 on May 21 2011 at 08:58:11 AM

Did Wayne Cox drive this car?



Dennis Gregory owned this car and his Father W.A. Gregory built the car and did the engine work. The engine was a 265 cubic inch Chevrolet which gave the 302 cubic inch Chevrolets fits. The car was built in 1965 and ran both 1965-1966 seasons. It was driven by Dennis Gregory, Ralph Parkinson and Wayne Cox. Ralph drove the car in Oklahoma City a couple times in 1966. Wayne some times drove it at Lawton. During the later part of the 1966 season Jerry Douglas totaled his #43 sedan in Wichita Falls and Jerry bought the #99 and finished out the 1966 season, Jerry sold the car but he don't remember who to, I built this model from memory because I only have a couple photos of the car and the photos don't show the whole car. I have saved the body shell of the model I built in 1965 after all those years because I had lettered the numbers and I used it for reference. The exhaust header pipes were made from clothes hangers as well as the roll cage. If anyone has photos of this car I sure would like to make copies of the photos.

Mike




jlstew25
May 21, 2011 at 04:10:22 PM
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Posted By: pokeyokie on May 21 2011 at 10:01:41 AM

Dennis Gregory owned this car and his Father W.A. Gregory built the car and did the engine work. The engine was a 265 cubic inch Chevrolet which gave the 302 cubic inch Chevrolets fits. The car was built in 1965 and ran both 1965-1966 seasons. It was driven by Dennis Gregory, Ralph Parkinson and Wayne Cox. Ralph drove the car in Oklahoma City a couple times in 1966. Wayne some times drove it at Lawton. During the later part of the 1966 season Jerry Douglas totaled his #43 sedan in Wichita Falls and Jerry bought the #99 and finished out the 1966 season, Jerry sold the car but he don't remember who to, I built this model from memory because I only have a couple photos of the car and the photos don't show the whole car. I have saved the body shell of the model I built in 1965 after all those years because I had lettered the numbers and I used it for reference. The exhaust header pipes were made from clothes hangers as well as the roll cage. If anyone has photos of this car I sure would like to make copies of the photos.

Mike



Good stuff, Mike!


John Stewart

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pokeyokie
May 21, 2011 at 04:52:19 PM
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Posted By: jlstew25 on May 21 2011 at 04:10:22 PM

Good stuff, Mike!



Thank you John, couldn't have done it without some of your help.


Mike



Aberdumbie
May 22, 2011 at 12:34:54 PM
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That is awesome.... Looks like it is ready to take the track. You do some awesome and very cool work.




pokeyokie
May 23, 2011 at 08:48:31 AM
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Posted By: Aberdumbie on May 22 2011 at 12:34:54 PM

That is awesome.... Looks like it is ready to take the track. You do some awesome and very cool work.



Thank You, Made a mistake, too much sun when we took the photos outside.

Mike



jdsprint71
May 24, 2011 at 09:41:43 AM
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Nice work Mike.





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