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3264Re: Restored Marlboro Raceway car - Crosley powered Jabro

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  • larryj300
    Aug 3, 2011
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      I just uploaded them to a folder called Restored Jabro. Thanks for the reminder.

      --- In Marlboro_Raceway@yahoogroups.com, mark.schoenlein@... wrote:
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      > Hi Larry-
      > did you ever post any pics of the Jabro?
      > Mark
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      > 07/08/2011 04:55 PM
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      > [Marlboro_Raceway] Restored Marlboro Raceway car - Crosley powered Jabro
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      > Today I had the pleasure of visiting a Crosley collector in Southern Pa.
      > who saved a Marlboro car from the wrecking yard. Because he collects
      > anything Crosley related, he found the Jabro formerly driven by Ed
      > Rosendale as #82 or #182 and restored it with the correct Crosley power.
      > It is now painted white, where when it was racing I have a photo showing
      > dark colors. He did a great job having to fabricate some parts like the
      > doors.
      > As an added bonus for me, sitting next to it was another car with Marlboro
      > history, a restored TQ midget that raced the oval and other midget related
      > tracks. This was also a car from the Baltimore area, the Lou Roschen #74
      > Crosley powered TQ.
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      > Photos will be added later.
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      > Larry Jendras Jr.
      > Sykesville, Md.
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