4291Re: [Marlboro_Raceway] Re: "Oldest" Racing Mustang - 1964 Virginia Reel Rally
- Jan 18, 2014Off topic: I believe that was the 1965 Twelve Hours that Stewart was the first out and the Mouat Mustang second out.(My only trip to Marlboro.)Cheers,Andrew SturgessOn Sat, Jan 18, 2014 at 1:58 PM, Rick Mandelson <rollingthunder78@...> wrote:
My God Buzz, your upside down.
Jackie Steward’s Cortina is now owned by Dan Davis, Owner / Editor of Vintage Oval Racing and Victory Lane Magazines.
My 65 Stang being chased by Tullius at the Glen. 1966. He did not catch me.
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On Jan 17, 2014, at 11:38 PM, MIchael Ling <mikeling@...> wrote:
While you all are searching for pictures, I am looking for pictures of Warren Shamlian's Mustang (A sedan)at the 1966 Marlboro 12 Hours. Bob Mouat was the co driver, as well as Dick Thompson. It was painted silver and suffered overheating in the race. Though it listed as next to last on the result sheet, with Jackie Stewart's Cortina the first DNF. I often wondered whatever happened to that car.
From: Rick Mandelson <rollingthunder78@...>
Sent: Friday, January 17, 2014 3:20 PM
Subject: RE: [Marlboro_Raceway] Re: "Oldest" Racing Mustang - 1964 Virginia Reel Rally
Yes, your right.
Some of the earliest pictures I sent you were circa 1966 /67
Good afternoon all,
Thanks very much for the responses to my inquiry.
To clarify, My interest in Mustangs is in the very early competition cars, those from the car's introduction on April 17, 1964 to the end of that year. What does anyone remember from that time period?
Rick and George, your photos appear to be from a later timeframe.
One of the earliest events in which a Mustang competed was the 1964 Virginia Reel Rally on May 22-23, 1964. I am trying to locate the "Straight Pipe" with the coverage of that event. Does anyone have it or know who might?
Tanks and take care,
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