- Sep 23, 2013View SourceI forwarded your email of the photo to my friend now a Texan. I'm sure he'll be happy to see it.Jock
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On Sep 23, 2013, at 5:40 PM, David&Carol <scshmoo@...> wrote:
Hi Jock,This sounds like the ex E.D. Martin 315S, serial 0656, that was still knocking around Georgia.Attached is a photo of the car at an unknown Georgia race in the 1960s (note the E Jag in the background).The 315 S is a DOHC V 12 with dual ignition and this one is painted red, white and blue.Best wishes,DavidKauai<0656DonalsonvilleGA1962?a.jpg>On 23 Sep 2013, at 11:16, Jock Ellis wrote:A high school chum went to a race in Bainbridge, GA in 1964 where he helped a Ferrari driver Change the 24 plugs on his DOHC 12-cylinder, 6-Weber carbureted engine. The car was painted to look like an American flag. Any ideas whose this was? It was not a street Ferrari.
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On Sep 23, 2013, at 4:56 PM, Don Haines <gtracer66@...> wrote:Rick, If this car resembles a Sting Ray to anyone, they have a better imagination than I. I see a resemblance in the windscreen to those on Sting Ray's with cut down windshields, but little else. Oh wait, the engine is up front. LOL
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Date: Mon, 23 Sep 2013 14:35:02 -0400
Subject: RE: [Marlboro_Raceway] mystery Corvette special? [1 Attachment]
[Attachment(s) from Rick Mandelson included below]
Do you mean the attached?
I think his name was Ken Ducouse (spelling).
That’s him standing directly behind the car with Jim McDaniel looking on at the far right.
I remember a dark blue colored special raced at Marlboro in 1965/1966, appeared to be a Corvette Stingray top bodied, without its lower half panels. Anyone remembers its driver? An aero nightmare, but at Marlboro, its dragster like speed helped.
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